Your experiences lay a foundation for who you are—Days in the sun enjoying the summer, growing a life inside of you and watching that child grow, getting older with those you love. Your face and body go through these changes with you, and your skin is often the first part to show wear and tear, from sunspots to stretch marks. Laser technology has revolutionized the way we view skin care, and there are more ways than you realize to restore the skin on nearly any area of your body.
Most people know the common benefits of laser treatments such as laser hair removal and skin resurfacing for acne and scarring, but did you know that laser therapy can also provide these cosmetic improvements?
1. Vaginal Rejuvenation with Laser Treatments
Pregnancy is a beautiful gift that often leaves women with vaginal issues such as incontinence, painful intercourse, irritation, dryness, and looseness. Our cosmetic surgeon offers vaginal rejuvenation with diVa® laser therapy. This treatment was designed to strengthen the vaginal walls and address the common problems women face after giving birth. The procedure itself takes just a few minutes at Westchester Cosmetic Surgical Arts and involves little to no discomfort.
2. Skin Tightening Laser Treatments
Sagging skin can develop on most body areas. Those who’ve had children or lost a significant amount of weight tend to struggle with loose skin tissue in the abdomen, particularly. In the past, a tummy tuck or body lift was the primary way to get rid of that sagging skin, but there are laser treatments such as SkinTyte II™ and ProFractional Resurfacing that work to restore the quality of your skin by promoting collagen production. SkinTyte II™ technology works on the thighs, buttocks, abdomen, hands, neck, and face, while ProFractional Resurfacing focuses on restoring tightness to the face and also addresses discoloration, scarring, and wrinkles.
3. Laser Treatments for Skin Damage & Injuries
The Halo® laser treatments use dual laser energy to restore the skin after damage due to sun exposure, skin conditions, and facial injuries. One aspect of Halo® focuses on your skin’s outer layer to correct discoloration and hyperpigmentation while the other wavelength penetrates the deeper layers of your skin to push your body to heal by creating more collagen. Collagen is responsible for youthful, taut skin and your body begins producing less and less of this compound as you get older, making it harder for your skin to repair itself. Halo® is an effective option to combat skin concerns linked to damaged tissues.
Schedule Your Laser Treatment at Westchester Cosmetic Surgical Arts
We offer a variety of laser treatments designed to address the cosmetic concerns facing men and women today. Contact our board-certified cosmetic surgeon in Westchester at (914) 295-2662 to schedule your consultation. Westchester Cosmetic Surgical Arts provides cosmetic surgery and non-surgical treatments to patients in nearby areas of New York.