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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Revitalize and rejuvenate your appearance with laser skin resurfacing at Advanced Dermatology of North Central Ohio.

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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Revitalize and rejuvenate your appearance with laser skin resurfacing at Advanced Dermatology of North Central Ohio.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Do you have age spots, sunspots, skin discoloration, wrinkles, skin laxity, or other signs of aging? At Advanced Dermatology of North Central Ohio, our experienced board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Ticoras, specializes in administering laser skin resurfacing treatments to help patients treat specific skin concerns and achieve a more revitalized complexion. 

Learn more about our laser skin resurfacing in Mansfield, Ohio, and schedule a complimentary consultation today at our dermatology practice.

Dermatologist Treating A Patient's Face With A Laser

What is Laser Skin Resurfacing?

Laser skin resurfacing is a facial rejuvenation treatment that uses short pulses of laser beams to precisely remove the skin layer by layer. This reveals the smoother, firmer skin underneath and promotes collagen production, improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, skin discoloration (e.g. age spots, dark spots, sunspots), sagging skin, uneven skin texture, scarring, and lesions.

At Advanced Dermatology of North Central Ohio in Mansfield, Ohio, our board-certified dermatologists use a variety of industry-leading lasers to provide skin resurfacing treatments, including:

  • MOXI Laser Treatment
  • Sciton BBL Laser Treatment
  • Sciton Forever Clear Acne Laser Treatment

Depending on your personal skincare needs, our provider may recommend one or all of these laser treatments to help you achieve your desired appearance. Schedule your initial consultation today to learn more about our available laser treatments.

Laser Skin Resurfacing FAQs

Are you interested in scheduling a laser skin resurfacing treatment in Mansfield, Ohio? Learn more about this complex cosmetic procedure by reading our FAQs section below. Get a better understanding of how this treatment works, the type of skin concerns it addresses, and what you can expect in terms of recovery and downtime.

Laser skin resurfacing works by using a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, erbium laser, or fractional laser to target irregular skin. The concentrated beams of light gently but effectively vaporize the skin, precisely removing it layer by layer. This stimulates the growth of new collagen fibers and eliminates skin imperfections, resulting in softer, smoother, younger-looking skin.

Based on previous patient remarks, pain associated with our laser skin resurfacing treatment is minimal and often described as though a rubber band is continuously snapping against the skin. However, since every patient has different pain tolerances, your personal experience may vary. 

Dr. Ticoras typically administers an anesthetic to alleviate any pain and ensure your treatment is as comfortable as possible.

At Advanced Dermatology in North Central Ohio, Dr. Ticoras typically uses laser skin resurfacing to treat the following skin concerns and imperfections:

If you have a question about treating a specific skin concern with laser skin resurfacing in Mansfield, please contact our practice by calling (419) 756-1600. We are here to help you determine which cosmetic dermatology treatment is best for you! 

Risks and side effects associated with laser skin resurfacing include: 

  • Burns
  • Swelling
  • Discomfort
  • Milia
  • Skin Discoloration
  • Scarring
  • Reactivation of Herpes Cold Sores
  • Bacterial Infection

It’s important to know that these side effects are uncommon, especially when you choose a highly experienced and knowledgeable dermatologist to administer your laser treatment, such as Dr. Ticoras. Contact us today to learn more about his qualifications, training, and experience.

Yes, many dermatologists have additional training and experience administering laser treatments, including laser skin resurfacing. At our dermatology practice in Mansfield, our laser treatments are performed by our board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Ticoras.

Generally, there is some downtime associated with laser skin resurfacing. Your individual recovery time depends on the type of laser used, as well as your health and healing rate. At Advanced Dermatology, we use an ablative laser to achieve the best possible cosmetic results, which typically requires two to three weeks of healing. 

However, this does not mean you need to stay home — it simply means you can expect your skin to look red and inflamed, and may scab or peel off at times, during this healing process. Additionally, your doctor may recommend you modify your exercise regimen to reduce the risk of getting a bacterial infection, which could impact your treatment results.

No, laser skin resurfacing is generally not covered by insurance. Cosmetic dermatology treatments, such as laser skin resurfacing, are considered elective and not medically necessary.

Laser Skin Resurfacing Photos

Do you want to get a better idea of how laser skin resurfacing treatments are performed? Browse our photo gallery below to see this procedure in action and see firsthand how it can improve your skin texture, tone, and overall appearance.

Patient Receiving Cosmetic Laser Treatment On Their Face
Patient Receiving Laser Hair Removal On Their Chin And Neck
Woman Getting Laser Facial Treatment
Anti-aging Treatment, IPL Laser During Photo Skin Therapy

Find Laser Skin Resurfacing in Mansfield, Ohio

Are you ready to treat fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and uneven skin texture? Schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Ticoras for more information on getting customized laser skin resurfacing in Mansfield, Ohio. With this innovative treatment, we look forward to helping you revitalize and rejuvenate your skin for a more youthful appearance. 

Schedule your laser skin resurfacing at Advanced Dermatology of North Central Ohio by contacting us online or calling us at (419) 756-1600 today.

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