Halo Laser Treatment Is Technical but Produces Smoother Skin for Bay Area ResidentsLee McDonald
Getting older can have many benefits. For example, we know how to do many things that we couldn’t figure out when we were younger. We have learned – or should have – not to get over-excited when somebody does something that we don’t like. We have risen up the ladder in our chosen career and earn more now than we ever did. We may have paid off our mortgage and credit card debts. Yes, there is a lot to be said for aging.
However, there are also some downsides. Not the least of these worries for many people is a simple fact that we LOOK older. That smooth skin that we had in our 20’s is slipping away. It is getting looser, and it is showing wrinkles around the mouth, the eyes, and the forehead. For many people, this can vary from being a little upsetting to downright depressing. You may still FEEL young at heart, but you don’t look it anymore.
Until recently, there was nothing you could do about it. Aging is, after all, a natural process and if there is one thing that you can guarantee, it is that – barring accidents – we are all going to do it. No exceptions.
Today, There Is Something That You Can Do About It
However, if you find those crows feet and wrinkles depressing and upsetting, today there is something that you can do about it, and it involves lasers. The laser was invented in 1960 and can do all sorts of things. According to Wikipedia “A laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. The term ‘laser’ originated as an acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. So now you know!
Did you know that you can measure a room exactly without a tape measure, but using a laser instead? There are all sorts of things you can do with lasers, and one of them is regenerate skin cells using the Halo procedure. What’s that?
“Halo laser procedure uses hybrid technology of a non-ablative laser, combined with an ablative laser to create controlled zones of coagulation to chosen depths into the dermis that stimulate new collagen, and fractionally vaporize (ablate) microlaser channels into the epidermis; addressing tone and texture of the skin.”
But of course, you knew that, didn’t you?
We’re only kidding!
Seriously, at Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology we use the Halo laser procedure to restore your aging skin so that it looks and feels much younger. This will give you greater confidence in your day to day life by removing all those wrinkles. It is also a safe procedure and gives you great results with minimal downtime.
Our Dr Canales is happy to provide all patients with a totally free consult, so in order to discover more about your skin renewal options, just click on the Contact link at the top of the page.