Laser Resurfacing / Laser Peel / MicroLaser Peel®
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CO2 laser and erbium laser are the two most commonly used laser skin resurfacing treatment options. Laser resurfacing, also known as Laser Peel, is used to improve cosmetic flaws, such as wrinkles, acne scars, and aging and sun-damaged skin. It is performed to help:
  • Erase fine lines and wrinkles of the face
  • Smooth and tighten eyelid skin
  • Improve crow's feet around the eyes
  • Soften pucker marks and frown lines
  • Remove brown spots and splotchy, uneven skin colour
  • Improve and flatten scars
  • Repair smoker's lines
  • Improve skin tone and texture
With the Sciton MicroLaserPeel laser resurfacing technique, you will experience less bleeding, bruising and post-operative discomfort than with conventional laser resurfacing.
Sciton MicroLaserPeel, also called the “weekend skin peel”, treats skin conditions associated with aging and an active lifestyle. You can see improvements in just a few days.
Sciton MicroLaserPeel is the ideal treatment for those patients who want improved skin with immediate and lasting results, but with little down-time, discomfort, or post-treatment care. Sciton's erbium laser uses a computer-guided scanner to ensure maximum precision and treatment uniformity.
To view before & after photos, please click here
http://www.sciton.com/media/gallery
(If you are interested in this procedure, please call for consultation with Dr Wong Su-Ni at 6733 3629)
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Contact Information
Dr SN Wong Skin, Hair, Nails &
Laser Specialist Clinic


3 Mt Elizabeth #07-09,
Mt Elizabeth Medical Centre
,
Singapore 228510
Tel : (65) 6733 3629
Fax : (65) 6733 3628
Email : info@drwongsuni.com.sg
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