Laser Skin Resurfacing NYC
The most effective and technologically advanced lasers
There are many different lasers used to improve the appearance of skin. Different lasers work by targeting different structures in the skin. Which laser and which settings are used depend on a variety of different factors including skin color, purpose of treatment, the characteristics of the target, and the patient’s medical background. The field of laser surgery is complex and requires a deep understanding of the physical and biological interactions between laser light and the human skin. One should always carefully choose a dermatologist with subspecialty training and experience in this field for laser treatment.
To learn more about laser skin resurfacing in NYC, contact Wall Street Dermatology today.
Dermatologist Dr. Julia Tzu Approach to Laser Skin Resurfacing
“Laser treatments are one of my favorite procedures because of how safe and effective it is for removal of brown spots, red spots, acne scarring, and a variety of other cosmetic skin conditions that other procedures cannot address. I always personally perform the laser procedures because I’m a firm believer that knowledgeable and skilled delivery of laser energy yields the safest and best cosmetic outcomes.”- Dr. Julia Tzu, MD, FAAD
What Does Laser Skin Resurfacing Treat?
Conditions that commonly respond to laser skin resurfacing include redness, red spots, blood vessels, acne, tattoos, discoloration, brown spots, melasma, loose skin, wrinkles, large pores, scars, acne scars, and stretch marks. Our practice houses a selection of the most effective and technologically advanced lasers. Our lasers are, by strict scientific definition, true lasers and are therefore more effective than other patented light technologies for the removal of red marks, brown marks, vessels, and laser scar revision. All of our lasers have been purchased new and directly from the laser manufacturers for quality control and consumer safety, and represent the newest models available. We do not short-change quality for cost.
There are many different types of lasers, each with its own wavelength of light that is absorbed differentially by different structures in the skin. Which laser treatment is best for you will depend on what structure you are targeting in the skin, and the answer will be determined by a conversation with our dermatologist in NYC.
The most popular lasers at our practice include lasers that target brown discoloration (Q-switched lasers) and redness and inflammation (Pulsed-dye lasers). Patients that request for removal of brown spots, freckles, and melasma may benefit from Q-switched lasers. Patients that request for treatment of red spots, acne/rosacea, and scarring may benefit from Pulsed-dye lasers. You can see our Before & After gallery showing laser skin resurfacing for melasma, angioma (red spots), scar revision, stretch marks, and acne scarring.
Dr. Julia Tzu’s Experience in Laser Skin Resurfacing
Dr. Julia Tzu is fellowship trained in surgical, cosmetic, and laser dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania, and has over a decade of experience in aesthetic application of laser treatment in Philadelphia and NYC. She has been an investigator for the research and development of advanced, new laser devices as well as new applications of existing lasers. She has helped countless patients all over the country achieve their aesthetic goals via laser treatment, and would welcome the opportunity to work with you on yours.
Laser Skin Resurfacing Cost NYC
The cost for laser skin resurfacing depends on the size and location of the treatment area, the type of treatment, as well as number of individual lesions to be treated. In general, average costs for laser treatments may vary between $450 to $2,000 per treatment session. When developing a plan for treatment, we take into consideration your budget and desired outcomes to optimize patient satisfaction.
During your consultation, Dr. Tzu will discuss with you the best type of laser that can be used to address your concern and what to expect after the laser treatment is completed. In many cases, laser skin resurfacing may require multiple sessions to achieve the best and safest outcomes. Downtime varies between different lasers.
Booking a Cosmetic Consultation to Evaluate Laser Skin Resurfacing for You
If you are interested in exploring laser skin resurfacing, you can learn more about booking a cosmetic consultation with Dr. Tzu. We’d love to explore how we may be able to restore the natural beauty of your skin.