What skin conditions can be treated with the Sciton Halo Pro Laser?

Sciton Halo Pro laser is a breakthrough device that blends two laser technologies to deliver remarkable skin rejuvenation results, and there is little downtime to speak of. But what skin condition can be treated with the Sciton Halo Pro Laser.

Sciton Halo Pro
The Sciton Halo Pro is a state-of-the-art hybrid fractional laser that combines ablative and non-ablative technologies. The 2940 nm ablative wavelength creates micro channels in the skin, while leaving the area around it unharmed. The 1470 nm non-ablative wavelength drills tiny microscopic columns in the skin, helping to stimulate new collagen. The laser treats both the deep tissue and the surface of the skin at the same time.

Treatment with the Sciton Halo Pro takes about 20 minutes, and 2-3 treatments are recommended, depending on the conditions being treated.

What skin conditions can be treated with the Sciton Halo Pro Laser?
The Sciton Halo Pro is an overall skin rejuvenation laser that can be used to treat a range of skin concerns. It can improve skin tone and texture, and is especially beneficial for the treatment of enlarged pores, rosacea, skin laxity, and scars, in addition to treating wrinkles, sunspots, and other signs of sun damage.

What to expect
Patients can expect some swelling and peeling in the first days after treatment. The peeling should be complete by about the fourth day, and after this the skin will be noticeably clearer and fresher.

Are you ready to restore youthful, radiant skin? Search our directory to find a practice near you.

If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA   area, Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, P. C. is our featured practice.

You can reach them at plymouthmeetingdermatology.com, or by calling (610) 828-0400.

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