*Individual results may vary.
Frequently Asked Questions About Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation
Where can Laser Skin Rejuvenation be used?
The most common areas are those that receive the most sun, such as the face, neck, chest and hands.
How long does the treatment take?
A treatment usually takes about 20 to 40 minutes, although time varies depending upon the targeted area and level of correction desired.
What results can I expect with Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation?
Under the direct work of Dr. Tania Castro, our Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation improves sun-damaged skin and lessens the appearance of dark spots, wrinkles, lines, acne scarring and stretch marks. Other results include improvement in skin tone and texture, and pore size without the usual downtime that accompanies surgery(i.e. neck lift, face lift). Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation is a quick and comfortable laser procedure with minimal downtime used to improve the overall appearance of your skin.
How soon will I see results?
For most patients, results can be seen after just one treatment with continued improvement over time. Two to three treatments may be recommended in order to achieve optimal results. Deeper resurfacing treatments are also available.
What will I experience after the treatment?
Most side effects are mild and short lasting and are anywhere from 3-5 days. These can consist of short-term discomfort during the treatment. There is usually redness and some mild swelling immediately following treatment, which may last for several days.
How much does Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation cost?
Treatment for each area has a different price. In addition, each person may require a different number of treatments. Please contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation.
How do I get started?
Please call High Brow and Beauty to schedule your complimentary Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation consultation, at 914-732-3123.
*Results may vary from person to person. Downtime is subjective to individual pain tolerance. Before and after photos are not to be taken as guarantees for expected results.