LASER SKIN TREATMENTS:
At Trilogy Medical Center our master aestheticians, physician assistants and dermatology specialists are highly-trained in the latest technology in laser skin treatments in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. We specialize in using the following laser skin devices.
- Clear+ Brilliant
- IPL - Intense pulsed light.
- Fractional CO2 Resurfacing.
- Reaction Laser
- V-Shape Laser
- Yag Laser Treatment
- Laser Hair Removal
Laser Skin Treatment Services at Trilogy
During a Regenlite session, the dermatologist uses a handpiece to deliver a low intensity laser to the patient’s skin. The laser light is powerful enough to kill the bacteria that leads to acne while stimulating collagen production that leaves skin elastic. At the same time, it is comfortable for the patient. Regenlite targets and treats:
- Spider veins
- Port wine stains
- Uneven pigmentation
- All types of acne
- Acne scars
- Lines and wrinkles
A Regenlite session takes about 30 to 45 minutes if the patient’s entire face is treated. The number of treatments depends on the problem. A person with acne may have three treatments about a month apart, while a person whose complaint is fine lines or wrinkles may have a treatment every week. Improvements can last as long as a year.READ MORE
Intense pulsed light, or IPL targets problem areas with pulses of light of different wavelengths. This makes it superb in treating areas of skin that are a different color than the surrounding skin, such as:
- Port wine stains
- Sun spots
The pulsed light targets the layer of skin just beneath the top layer, which reduces peeling and discomfort.
An IPL session usually lasts around 20 minutes and is an outpatient procedure. Our dermatologists usually recommend that the patient receive four to six treatments scheduled about a month apart to get the best results.READ MORE
This laser skin treatment is used with sublative rejuvenation. Sublative rejuvenation uses radio frequencies to improve skin tone and complexion and to reduce the look of wrinkles, large pores and scars. The radio frequency pulses create a grid of minuscule spots in the skin. This stimulates the body’s own healing by activating fibroblasts in the area. Fibroblasts are cells found in the connective tissue of the skin that tell the body to make collagen and other substances that heal the skin, and make it supple. At the same time, the untreated skin around the grid, and the application of the eMatrix laser supports the healing process.
Dermatologists recommend that patients get about three to five eMatrix procedures to see best results.READ MORE
Fractional CO2 Resurfacing
Our dermatology specialists prize the CO2 laser for its accuracy. When it’s used as part of fractional laser skin resurfacing, it is unsurpassed in removing wrinkles, scars, fine lines and damage to the skin caused by pollutants, toxins or the sun’s ultraviolet rays. It allows our doctors to have such control that they can even work around the patient’s eyes in safety.
The Fractional CO2 laser is extremely diverse. At Trilogy Medical Center, we use it to treat a broad variety of skin conditions, including:
- Skin resurfacing on the hands
- Fine lines or wrinkles
- Acne scaring
- Discoloration due to sun damage
- Liver spots
- Discolored complexion
Reaction™ is a body contouring laser treatment that reduces the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks. It also tightens sagging skin on both face and body. Like eMatrix, Reaction™ uses radio frequency energy to treat the skin. It also uses vacuum therapy to draw the radio frequencies deep into the skin, and stimulate the body’s healing abilities. It gets its energy from CORE technology, which has three radio frequency modes as well as a multichannel mode. This supports overall health by helping the blood circulate and the lymphatic system to drain. Our doctors recommend four to eight 20 to 30 minute sessions for best results.READ MORE
Laser Hair Removal
If you are looking for a solution to get rid of unwanted hair including everything that comes with it, it's time to ditch your razor and come and get Laser Hair Removal at Trilogy! It's a simple medical procedure that uses a laser, an intense, pulsating beam of light, to effectively remove unwanted hair. During laser hair removal, a laser beam passes through the skin to an individual hair follicle. The heat of the laser damages the hair follicle, which inhibits future hair growth.
Read more about how laser hair removal works, the benefits of hair removal, and what to expect during and after treatment.READ MORE
Yag Laser Facial
One of our newest and most popular laser treatments is the versatile and gentle Yag Laser Treatment. It's different in the fact that it's a gentle laser treatment that achieves some great results with little or no downtime. The Yag Laser treats symptoms such as sun-damaged skin, acne, and fine lines and wrinkles. The Yag Laser also reduces the appearance of spider veins on the face and legs.READ MORE
VShape is a gentle laser fat removal system that targets fat cells without targeting other tissues in the body. VShape is most effective in areas with small amounts of fat that are resistant to exercise such as the bra-line, double chin, or small amounts of abdominal fat.READ MORE
People who have laser skin resurfacing or sublative rejuvenation should avoid perfumes or washing their face with harsh soap for at least a few days after the treatment. They should rinse their skin regularly with cool water, apply the ointment the doctor prescribed, and change the dressings when needed. They should avoid the sun for at least a week and wear sunscreen when they go out.
The staff at Trilogy Medical Center is pleased to offer these laser skin treatments to our patients in Utah. Utah residents who wish to soften the appearance of scarring, uneven pigmentation, sun damage, acne scarring, fine lines or wrinkles shouldn’t hesitate to set up a free consultation with us. Call us at (801) 747-2273.
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