Laser Hair Removal

What is Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal is more than just “zapping” unwanted hair. It is a medical procedure that requires training to perform and carries potential risks. Before getting laser hair removal, you should thoroughly check the credentials of the doctor or technician performing the procedure. Laser hair removal is one of the most commonly done cosmetic procedures in the U.S. It beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light. That destroys the hair.

What is Intense Pulsed Light?

Intense Pulsed Light is a photorejuvenation cosmetic procedure. Laser (light) energy is pulsed to penetrate the sub-surface of the skin layers and is absorbed by blood vessels or by pigment. The energy insults these targets and the body begins its natural healing process.

What is Pixel Skin Resurfacing?

Pixel Skin Resurfacing is a laser, fractional, ablative treatment of the skin that improves texture and tone, smoothes wrinkles, and diminishes brown spots. Pixel Skin Resurfacing is indicated for the treatment of acne and full-thickness scars, stretch marks, enlarged pores, rough skin texture, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines and wrinkles.

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We encourage you to schedule a consultation today. During our meeting, we will advise on whether or not you’re an ideal candidate for this procedure, as well as compose a custom treatment plan designed to achieve the smooth, clear and vein-free skin you’ve always wanted. Call the office today and one of our seasoned staff members will be able to assist you.

March: DVT AwarenessMonth

DVT, or deep vein thrombosis, occurs when a blood clot forms in the deep veins of the body, most commonly in the leg. A potentially life threatening complication of DVT is called a PE, or pulmonary embolism. A PE occurs when a blood clot breaks off, travels up through...

Why Do I Need an Ultrasound to Diagnose My Obvious Varicose Veins?

At Totality, we are asked this question frequently. First, both Medicare and private insurance companies require an ultrasound to diagnose the source of your varicose veins. An ultrasound finds and documents the vein that is problematic. The examination will also...