Fresno Photorejuvenation

What lasers does Dr. Behr use for photorejuvenation?

Dr. Behr has the MedLite Q-Switched Nd-YAG laser and the elos IPL system.
 
 
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What light treatment does Dr. Behr have for skin rejuvenation?

Dr. Behr offers elos technology that uses combined energies of Pulsed Light and Bi-Polar Radio Frequency to target pigmented lesions and redness. It can safely and comfortably fade the appearance of skin imperfections and uneven skin tones created by sun damage.

Dr. Behr also has the Revlite Q-Switched Nd-YAG laser to stimulate collagen and help with skin texture, pore size and acne scarring.


Photorejuvenation Recovery

A patient who receives photorejuvenation treatment can resume normal activities such as work or school the same day. There is no recuperation time for the IPL procedure. Patients report redness in the treatment area, with the redness typically disappearing within two days. 

If numerous brown spots are present they often get slightly darker, lightly flake and peel off over about a 5-7 days. If the treatment is for skin texture or pore size no down time is seen.

It is recommended to wear sunscreen and avoid prolonged sun exposure post treatment to achieve maximum results.

IPL Skin Rejuvenation Results

Patients typically report seeing the starting signs of results after their first treatment. However, in order to achieve the full results of photorejuvenation, most patients have 4-6 treatments done. By then, cumulative improvement is clear as day. 

Photorejuvenation | Dr. Behr


What Areas Can IPL Treat?

The lasers used by Dr. Behr are extremely versatile. The systems used can be used on many areas of the body to achieve the patients desired results. These areas include: 
 

  • Face
  • Chest
  • Arms
  • The Back

Photorejuvenation Risks

IPL skin rejuvenation is considered to be a safe, low-risk treatment. However, with most procedures, there are some associated risks. Make sure to discuss the potential risks of IPL with your doctor prior to the procedure. While rare, these risks include:

  • Photosensitivity
  • Skin Discoloration
  • Blisters
  • Scars/Burns

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If you would like to learn more about photorejuvenation with Dr. Kathleen Behr, contact us today! Call our office (559) 435-7546 to schedule a consultation today.

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