Mesa Health & Aesthetics offers revolutionary skin resurfacing with TwinLight® Fractional Rejuvenation, a state-of-the-art laser technology that rejuvenates skin without the need for general anesthesia. This advanced procedure works by using light energy to create tiny microscopic wounds beneath the surface of your skin. As these wounds heal, they stimulate collagen production which helps fade wrinkles and improve overall texture and tone. Additionally, this treatment is non-invasive, so there's no downtime and minimal risk of infection. By targeting just one area at a time with a precise pinpoint beam of light, Dr. Mesa can deliver dramatic improvements in photoaging without damaging surrounding healthy tissue.
Ablative skin resurfacing is a type of treatment that removes the top layers of damaged skin with lasers or other energy-emitting tools. This procedure can help reduce wrinkles, improve skin tone and texture, reduce acne scars, and remove age spots. It is often used on areas like the face, neck, chest, hands and arms to provide dramatic anti-aging results. Ablative treatments are stronger than non-ablative treatments so they may require more downtime for healing afterwards due to redness and swelling. However, this type of resurfacing can be highly effective in addressing deep wrinkles or severe sun damage.
Non-ablative skin resurfacing is a type of treatment that uses heat, light or laser energy to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Unlike ablative treatments, this method does not remove any layers of skin so there is no downtime associated with it. Non-ablative treatments can help reduce wrinkles, improve skin tone and texture, and treat sun damage without requiring lengthy recovery times. It can also be used to target certain areas such as age spots or fine lines on the face with minimal risk of side effects. This type of resurfacing is often combined with other treatments like chemical peels for more dramatic results.
Photobiomodulation (PBM) is an increasingly popular technology used in laser aesthetic treatments. PBM involves the application of low-level, non-thermal lasers to affect a range of biological processes at the cellular or tissue level. This process can help stimulate healing and reduce inflammation in skin cells, improve circulation, and restore collagen production. As a result, PBM treatments can reduce the signs of aging, minimize wrinkles and improve skin tone. Additionally, it is commonly used to treat skin conditions such as acne scars, rosacea and melasma. With minimal downtime or discomfort, PBM has become an increasingly popular choice for those looking to address their aesthetic concerns without invasive procedures or harsh chemicals.