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Laser Skin Service
Can we erase the signs of aging? “We can’t stop the clock but we can reset it,” explains Dr. Jeff Viscomi. “We can turn it by up to a decade and produce smoother, clearer skin with a number of technologies.” Docere uses a variety of laser to achieve specific results for our clients. Three different laser technologies are used to decrease dark pigmentation and discoloration, increase collagen production, and smooth fine lines and wrinkles, which can take up to 10 years of age off the face.
IPL Laser Rejuvenation
Laser technology removes brown and red pigmentation through a process called photo-rejuvenation. Using pulsed broadband light, imperfections are gently heated and eliminated, giving your skin a more youthful appearance. Sun damage, brown spots, and uneven skin tone can be corrected. Vascular lesions and red spots are vanished.
Pixel Laser Skin Resurfacing
Pixel is a resurfacing laser (fractional ablative) that creates thermal channels in the skin causing collagen to rebuild, the skin to tighten, and texture to improve. The new collagen improves your skin’s texture and tone to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. The skin around each of these perforations remains intact, which allows the skin’s top layer to heal from the edge of these tiny holes very rapidly.
Fractional non-ablative resurfacing laser that stimulates collagen regeneration. Minimal Downtime.
Laser TLC Plus Ultherapy
Our most comprehensive approach is called the Docere Laser TLC PLUS which combines multiple technologies to treat the most common symptoms of premature aging: color, texture and skin tightness. Docere TLC Plus uses three technologies in seven treatments over two months to provide complete skin rejuvenation:
IPL (intense pulsed light) for color
Pulses of light even out your skin color and reduce tiny broken blood vessels and other color irregularities.
Tightens and lifts sagging skin by targeting ultrasound deeper into the support structures of the skin of the face or neck.
Pixel for texture and tone
This precision laser creates thousands of microscopic perforations, which stimulate new collagen to grow which smooths fine lines and wrinkles.
“If you’re not ready for a facelift, but you’re no longer satisfied with the results of topical creams and lotions, the Docere TLC PLUS may be right for you,” explains Dr. Viscomi, ‘it will improve your skin’s color, texture and tone without discomfort and downtime.” – Results are dramatic.
Docere has laser solutions for a variety of specific skin problems including:
Pitted and raised scars from acne can be smoothed and red discoloration eliminated with IPL and Pixel treatments.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) can be uses to treat dark spots and freckles.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) can also be used to eliminate the broken blood vessels and redness.
Pixel and IPL smooth and flatten raised scars from surgery or wounds and reduce discoloration.
Vascular lesions are the result of numerous or large vessels that form directly underneath the skin. These lesions occur in many sizes, shapes and forms all over the body in a variety of forms including port wine stains, broken capillaries, hemangiomas, and cherry angiomas. All can be eliminated with IPL.
Docere offers the latest in non-surgical aesthetics including lasers, ultherapy, peels and injectables. Our clinicians can help you achieve a healthier, younger looking you! Not sure what’s right for you? Our consultations are free. We never over promise and will never recommend something that’s not right for you. We’ll present your options and work on a plan to meet your interests and budget. And, if surgery is the best choice, we coordinate a free consultation with Dr. Ray Seballos, Docere Plastic Surgery.
**Results may vary. We are reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Before and after images reflect real results from real patients, although individual results may vary. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied. Statements estimating treatment duration and the number of treatments required are based on the typical experience of our patients, however individual experiences may vary.