IPL Skin Rejuvenation with the Ellipse laser offers non-invasive rejuvenation of the skin. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology uses high-energy pulses of light to provide long-lasting improvements of the skin’s appearance. IPL treatments can improve signs of sun damage, rosacea and brown spots on the face and body.
The Ellipse IPL treatment directs well-controlled pulses of light into the epidermis.
The Ellipse system is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and the right amount of energy to target cells without damaging surrounding tissue. This will stimulate collagen production resulting in more even, smoother skin.
Patients can return to work and all regular activities immediately after the procedure. Skin appearance should improve soon after treatment, but several treatments may be necessary for optimal results.
Acne can affect teenagers and adults alike. The Ellipse Laser Acne Treatment is designed for patients wanting a clearer complexion without antibiotics. When sebaceous glands overproduce oil, it can lead to blocked pores. This can cause bacterial growth below the skin’s surface resulting in acne. Without proper treatment of acne, it can lead to scarring.
The Ellipse Laser Acne treatment directs pulses of light into the epidermis. The light emitted by the Ellipse Laser is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and frequency to reduce acne without damaging the surrounding tissue. Laser light is absorbed by the hemoglobin in the blood vessels that feed the sebaceous glands. Hemoglobin converts the light energy into heat, which damages the walls of the vessels supplying blood to the sebaceous glands. This slows sebum production and has been clinically proven to accelerate the healing of acne.
The best results are achieved on inflammatory acne, best known as the sore, red, raised pimples. The average treatment takes 20 minutes, and you will need around 4 treatments, 3 weeks apart for best results.
Laser Scar Therapy is utilized to reduce the appearance of scars caused by injury or previous surgery. While many scars fade over time, many patients experience disruptions to the healing process that cause scars to become red, raised, indented, or otherwise deformed.
Laser Scar Therapy gently removes damaged layers of skin to reveal new, restored skin underneath, while also stimulating collagen production to promote further gradual improvements. The precise technology ensures that only damaged tissue is treated, while healthy surrounding tissue remains intact.
The number of treatments needed depends on the severity of the scar.
Unwanted redness or Rosacea can be treated with Laser Rosacea Therapy utilizing our Ellipse laser. Skin redness can make patients feel self-conscious about their skin’s appearance. Redness can be due to many factors. In some cases, patients are more prone to redness due to genetics. Redness can be significantly reduced with just one laser treatment leaving patients more confident with their skin.
The Ellipse Laser directs pulses of light into the epidermis. The light emitted by the Ellipse Laser is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and frequency to collapse the visible, tiny red blood vessels. This will get rid of unwanted pigmentation and redness of your skin without damaging the surrounding tissue.
One single treatment of Laser Rosacea Therapy can dramatically improve or eliminate facial redness. Results can be seen immediately and the skin will continue to improve over time. The average treatment takes 20 minutes to complete with no downtime.
Unwanted brown spots can be treated utilizing our Ellipse laser. The lasers’ technology uses high-energy pulses of light to provide long-lasting improvements to the skin’s appearance. The Elipse laser can improve signs of brown spots or sun damage on the face and body.
The Ellipse laser directs well-controlled pulses of light into the epidermis. The Ellipse system is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and the right amount of energy to target cells without damaging surrounding tissue.