Lutronic LaseMD™Lutronic’s LaseMD™ is a Thulium laser which rejuvenates and renews the appearance of skin through a gentle non-ablative fractional process, while reducing recovery time and discomfort. The LaseMD treatment process can be customized to meet the needs of all skin types and works effectively to treat the following conditions:
- Actinic Keratosis
- Photodamage on Face, Neck and Decollete
- Benign Pigmented Lesions, including Lentigines and Ephelides
Learn more how the LaseMD system works in this video
Lutronic CLARITY™Lutronic’s CLARITY™ is a dual wavelength, long pulsed 755nm Alexandrite and 1064nm Nd:YAG, multi-purpose laser device. With the choice of two wavelengths and built-in enhanced cooling device, we can balance and optimize the parameters, to treat a wide range of conditions, in a variety of skin types, with little or no discomfort and minimal downtime or recovery time (from no downtime to a week). The full range of CLARITY™ applications include:
- Hair removal
- Pigmented lesions (brown spots, freckles and sun spots)
- Wrinkle reduction (skin rejuvenation)
- Facial veins and broken capillaries
- Leg veins
- Onychomycosis (fungal nail infection)
Lutronic’s SPECTRA™Lutronic’s SPECTRA™ is a dual pulsed, Q-switched 1064nm Nd:YAG laser, which is the most effective laser for treatment of pigmented lesions. By combining high energy and short pulsed width, it destroys target pigment efficiently with minimal collateral thermal damage in surrounding skin. The multiple treatment options offered by SPECTRA™ include:
- Epidermal nevi
- Tattoo removal
- Active acne
- Acne scars
- Non-ablative resurfacing
- Pigmented lesions (brown spots, freckles, sun spots)
- US Patented, carbon lotion Spectra Peel (“Hollywood Peel”)
Laser treatments are generally not covered under most medical insurance plans. The cost of each laser service varies. For more information about the cost of our laser services, please discuss with one of us or our staff members.
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