You probably already know that extra sunshine, especially in the summer, naturally causes the skin to change. Too much sun exposure results in poor skin tone and texture, or even cancer.
If you were a sun-worshipper back in the day, you have options to treat sun damage! Southlake Plastic Surgery & Medspa offers facial laser treatments near you in Dallas and Ft. Worth to minimize and eliminate visible sun damage.
Keep reading to learn how we treat sun damage with facial lasers.
While many would describe tanned skin as a “healthy glow,” skin actually darkens when exposed to sunshine as a protective measure against UVA (aging) and UVB (burning) rays.
Skin cells make themselves thicker with melanin, a dark pigment, (what we see as tan) to prevent UV radiation from penetrating deeper into the skin and harming your internal tissues and organs, where it can actually cause damage to the DNA in your cells 👎
Once the tan fades, lasting damage remains as freckles, sun spots, patches of dark pigmentation, premature wrinkles, and loose skin.
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Our best tip to avoid this damage in the first place? Practice safe sun! Use SPF 30+ daily and wear a wide-brimmed hat or find some shade when you plan on being outside for an extended period.
The Halo laser by Sciton combines two wavelengths of light (lasers) to give you the best a laser facial offers: skin resurfacing plus deep collagen stimulation. With Halo laser treatments, we can deliver precisely the wavelengths you need to eliminate signs of aging and damage on your skin.
After just one treatment with our Halo laser, patients can expect to see significant improvement in:
Sciton’s MicroLaserPeel offers deeper laser skin resurfacing for our patients who are looking to treat more advanced sun damage in Dallas and Ft. Worth.
This state-of-the-art erbium laser removes the outer layers of skin in an extremely safe & precise manner. Your body goes to work repairing these wounds to the skin with healthy, radiant new skin cells.
Similar to the above laser facials, our Forever Young BBL™ device by Sciton also emits focused light energy to treat a range of skin concerns. The key difference between laser treatments & BBL when treating sun damage is how and what wavelengths each device uses to treat the skin.
IPL delivers less energy than a laser, making it a more gentle treatment option. But don’t let that fool you—our BBL device offers incredible results to our patients.
With BBL, we can dramatically improve the appearance of:
If you are frustrated with the appearance of sun damage on your skin, we can help by using advanced laser facial treatments!
Contact us to learn about your options and schedule a complimentary consultation to determine the best laser facial to address your concerns.
Use our instant consultation to tell us about your areas of concern, or schedule your consultation today.