At deRMA Skin Institute, our professionals work directly with patients to help them address a wide range of skin concerns, including those considered part of medical and cosmetic dermatology. Our doctors understand that many conditions can cause patients embarrassment, whether it be excess unwanted hair, severe active acne and acne scarring, or pigmentation concerns that can be extremely noticeable and that patients are unable to conceal with cosmetics. Patients in and around Guelph and Burlington, Ontario, can speak to the doctors at deRMA Skin Institute about using Long Pulsed laser treatments utilizing the Nd:YAG laser device.
What is the Long Pulse Nd:YAG laser?
Using the Long Pulse Nd:YAG laser as part of a collection of laser and light devices used at our practice, our team can address a myriad of concerns that can develop on the skin on the face and body. It can deliver specific amounts of energy into various depths of the dermis, and is absorbed by three primary chromophores in the skin: hemoglobin, water, and melanin. This makes it appropriate for a wide range of use within the field of dermatology, treating everything from scarring to spider veins.
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Can the Long Pulse Nd:YAG laser help with skin rejuvenation treatment?
Absolutely! This specialized device can help treat many skin conditions while improving the skin’s overall texture and tone. It can also be used for laser-assisted hair removal, the reduction of oil glands and bacteria for acne treatment, and even works on redness of the skin associated with rosacea. Because of its versatility, it may be recommended for you if you seek laser skin rejuvenation services at deRMA Skin Institute!
How can the Long Pulse Nd:YAG laser technology be used?
Because of our various laser devices used in our office, including RF Pixel, CO2, Fraxel, Erb:YAG, DyeVL, Sylfirm, and the Long Pulse Nd:YAG, patients have the opportunity to treat many common skin concerns, which may include, but are not limited to:
- Active acne and acne scarring
- Cystic and nodular acne
- Painful acne
- Hyperpigmentation (dark spots and patches)
- Uneven skin tone and texture
- Hypertrophic scarring
- Hyperpigmented scars
- Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
- Spider veins
- Broken Capillaries and Microcapillaries
- Venous lake
- Port-wine stains
- Vascular lesions
- Redness in skin
- Laser hair removal
- Ingrown hairs
Learn more about how the Long Pulsed Nd:YAG laser can be used for you!
Due to its ability to be absorbed by hemoglobin, water, and melanin, the Long Pulsed Nd:YAG laser can be used in various ways in dermatology. If you live in or around Burlington and Guelph, Ontario, and want to speak to one of our doctors at deRMA Skin Institute, we invite you to request an appointment by calling our main line at (888) 803-3762. We are open to new and returning patients in the area and are pleased to provide the latest technologies and techniques to help with medical and cosmetic skin concerns.