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MicroLaserPeel® in Baltimore, MD

The MicroLaserPeel® is a unique laser treatment that serves as an effective alternative to traditional chemical peels and dermabrasion procedures. At Maryland Center for Facial Plastic Surgery, we’re proud to offer this advanced treatment solution to patients looking to rejuvenate their appearance. Led by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Samuel Hahn, we welcome patients from Towson, Baltimore, and Columbia, Maryland.

What is MicroLaserPeel®?

The MicroLaserPeel® is a precision laser treatment designed to remove the outermost layers of the skin, targeting a range of skin conditions and imperfections. Unlike traditional chemical peels or microdermabrasion, the MicroLaserPeel® uses a specialized laser to achieve a more controlled and uniform peel, revealing smoother, healthier, and more vibrant skin beneath. This treatment is ideal for patients seeking a more aggressive approach than microdermabrasion or light chemical peels without the downtime associated with more invasive procedures.

What Can a MicroLaserPeel® Treat?

MicroLaserPeel® treatments are exceptionally versatile, effectively addressing several skin concerns, including:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Scars and acne scars
  • Sun damage and age spots
  • Keratosis (patches of dry, scaly skin)
  • Uneven skin texture and tone

Am I a Good Candidate for a MicroLaserPeel®?

Candidates for the MicroLaserPeel® treatment are individuals looking to improve their skin’s appearance with a quick and effective treatment. This procedure is suitable for all skin types and particularly beneficial for those with mild to moderate skin imperfections who desire more significant results than what is typically achieved with less aggressive treatments. During your consultation, our provider will assess your skin condition, discuss your aesthetic goals, and determine if MicroLaserPeel® is the right choice for you.

What is the MicroLaserPeel® Treatment Like?

Prior to the MicroLaserPeel® procedure, our provider may apply a topical anesthetic to ensure comfort. The treatment itself involves the precise application of the laser to the targeted areas, gently removing a thin layer of the skin’s surface. This process stimulates the skin’s natural healing mechanisms, promoting the growth of new, healthy skin cells. The procedure is relatively quick, typically lasting about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the treatment area’s size and the desired depth of the peel.

What Results Can I Expect from a MicroLaserPeel®?

Following a MicroLaserPeel® treatment, patients will notice an immediate improvement in their skin’s texture and tone, with optimal results visible after the skin fully heals. The treatment effectively reduces the appearance of imperfections such as fine lines, wrinkles, and discoloration, resulting in a smoother, more youthful complexion. The benefits of MicroLaserPeel® can last for several months, and with proper skin care and protection, patients can enjoy long-lasting results.

Is There Any Downtime After a MicroLaserPeel® Treatments?

The downtime after a MicroLaserPeel® treatment is minimal, typically ranging from a few days to one week, depending on the peel’s depth. Patients may experience mild redness, swelling, and a sensation similar to sunburn immediately following the procedure. Our licensed staff will provide detailed aftercare instructions, including the use of moisturizers and sun protection, to ensure a smooth and swift healing process.

How Much Does a MicroLaserPeel® Cost?

Schedule your Sciton consultation today and receive our comprehensive laser menu and pricing.

Contact us today to learn more about the MicroLaserPeel® treatment and determine if it’s right for you. Dr. Samuel Hahn and the rest of the team at Maryland Center for Facial Plastic Surgery are here to help you achieve your cosmetic goals with this and other Sciton laser services. We welcome patients from Baltimore, Towson, Columbia, and the nearby areas of Maryland.