Laser Treatments

Cosmetic laser procedures at Dermatology & Plastic Surgery of Arizona can accomplish a variety of goals including hair removal, removing facial or leg veins, reducing the appearance of pigmented lesions, treating scars, and overall skin rejuvenation. These results are achieved by various lasers and are tailored to help treat your specific condition. Lasers work by producing a coherent beam of light at one particular wavelength. Each wavelength is uniquely absorbed by a specific target such as brown pigment, blood vessels, or water in the skin cells. The laser beam can be varied in its intensity and pulse duration as needed for a particular condition.

IPL PhotoFacial

Photo rejuvenation with IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a state-of-the-art light therapy to address a variety of issues you may have with your skin. IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a skin treatment that is commonly used to improve skin problems such as sun damage, age spots, rosacea, melasma, flushing mild acne scars, and uneven skin tone.

IPL delivers concentrated, filtered light to rejuvenate your skin.

Laser Hair Reduction

Imagine having smooth, hair free skin without having to shave, wax, pluck or bleach your unwanted hair. Dermatology & Plastic Surgery of Arizona offers the latest laser technology for safe, fast and effective hair removal for both men and women.

Although most of our clients choose to treat the entire body, most popular treatment areas are face, bikini, legs, underarms and chest.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Younger looking skin is easier than you think with laser skin resurfacing. In just one treatment you can have a more youthful looking appearance with improved tone and texture of your skin. The Erbium laser skin resurfacing treatment rejuvenates the skin for a healthier, smoother appearance. Laser skin resurfacing improves a variety of skin conditions including fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin texture and tone as well as sun damage.

Achieve long lasting results without the pain or side effects associated with a more invasive surgery.