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Laser Skin Resurfacing
At Brevard Cosmetic Surgery Group, we offer a wide variety of cosmetic laser procedures to our patients in Central Florida. Our office has used lasers in practice for over 15 years and we have continued to update our systems to give our patients the most flexibility for their budgets and lifestyles. We offer everything from face resurfacing to light photo rejuvenation procedures.
Ablative and minimally ablative forms of laser are used to heat the patient’s soft tissue and skin to remove the dead outer layer as well as heat the patient’s dermis. This in turn stimulates the patient’s own collagen to contract and repair itself. After this process has occurred, over days to weeks, the patient’s skin looks healthier and more youthful.
Usually performed with some form of CO2 based laser, current laser resurfacing options are numerous. During a consultation we will discuss what your desires are and develop a procedure for you. Active FX, Max FX, Deep FX, Light FX, and Total FX are all possible options. Using the Ultra Pulse Encore from Lumenis®, we can achieve great results at an affordable price with flexibility for your busy lifestyle.
Brevard Cosmetic Surgery Group Offers:
Active FX usually produces 3 to 5 days of peeling with some redness persisting for a week. It usually is performed for mild to moderate wrinkles and may take multiple treatments for the best effect.
Max FX is a formal, more intense treatment for the most severe wrinkles and dyschromia (color changes). It may require anesthesia.
Deep FX utilizes a different hand piece for deeper spots and wrinkles.
Light FX is similar to Active FX but in a mild form. There is minimal downtime from this easily administered procedure. It usually takes multiple treatments.
Total FX combination
Total FX is a blend of Deep and Active FX and produces a more formal result.
Photo rejuvination: Intense Pulsed Light
Brevard Surgical Center offers expert photo rejuvenation, a process that uses light to rejuvenate the skin. Using IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), the patient’s sun-damaged skin is treated, removing brown spots and giving the patient’s skin a more blended tone. Unwanted freckles, small vascular lesions, age spots, and melasma can be treated. Typically performed in treatment blocks of about 2 to 5 treatments, 3 to 5 weeks apart, there is minimal to no downtime experienced by the patient.
Tired of the red spot on your face or the blood vessel on your nose? There is a safe and easy fix. Using NdYag laser technology we can help reduce and often remove unwanted vessels. This service can be performed in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures.
Laser Hair removal
Laser hair removal is currently one of the most common non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed in the world. Due to the flexibility of our laser options, we can perform safe, effective hair removal on most skin types. Since hair grows in different phases, hair growth is affected by many factors such as age, hormonal changes, and medications. This can make hair removal difficult in some patients.
During a consultation, we will put together a treatment plan taking into account the areas to be treated and the color of the patient’s skin and hair, as well as other factors to give you a price quote tailored to your desires. With a little commitment on the part of the patient, we can achieve some amazing results.
Aluma tightens skin, reduces wrinkling
Aluma is a cutting-edge procedure that uses radio frequency technology to help tighten skin and reduce wrinkling. Aluma is a low- to no-downtime procedure that can be performed on all skin types. Treatments are usually done at 1 to 2 week intervals for a period of 5 to 8 weeks to achieve significant results. The patient experiences little to no discomfort and the skin usually starts to respond at the third to fourth treatment. However, Aluma results are variable and this procedure does not take the place of formal surgical treatments or formal laser resurfacing. Aluma can be an amazing adjunct for a patient who is receiving cosmetic injectable treatments or on its own. The peri-oral, or mouth area, and the peri-ocular, or eye area, usually respond the best.