iPixel Er is an aesthetic laser treatment that lifts away years from your face. It can help reverse the early signs of aging and helps counteract years of sun damage, or acne scarring. It provides noticeable results often in as little as a single treatment.
Look 10 years younger with Laser Skin Resurfacing using state of the art iPixel technology.
Dr. Alfred Randall Moss
The benefits of laser skin resurfacing:
- Safe and effective treatment for face, chest, and hands
- Improves skin texture and firmness
- Improves sun damage and skin tone
- Smoothes fine lines and wrinkles
- Shrinks pores
- Improves acne scars
- Generally little discomfort
- Very little to no downtime
- Longterm results
If you’ve considered traditional (ablative) laser skin resurfacing, dermabrasion, or deep chemical peels, but were put off by the extended recovery time or anesthesia required, iPixel Er offers a great balance.
It can provide the dramatic results of these procedures but with fewer risks. Plus, it reduces necessary healing time from up to thirty days to usually three to seven days. Your healing time can be estimated during your initial evaluation.
iPixel Er the aesthetic procedure stimulates new collagen growth to improve your skin’s texture and tone and fight fine lines and wrinkles.
iPixel Er works by creating thousands of microscopic perforations, but the skin around each of these perforations remains intact. This allows your skin’s top layer to heal from the edge of these tiny holes very rapidly.
Not only is healing time shortened considerably but iPixel Er also comes with a lower risk of complications as compared to traditional laser skin resurfacing.
What Clients Need To Know About Skin Resurfacing?
You can expect your skin to be flushed and red after the treatment- something similar to a sunburn. These symptoms are normal part of the healing process and should improve quickly.
There are no standard measures for scar improvement or patient satisfaction, but current research studies suggest that laser skin resurfacing is up to 90% effective and is more precise than dermabrasion, in which a rough, abrasive edge is used to remove scars, and chemical peels, in which chemicals remove layers of skin to remove scars.