Laser Peel Contour TRL skin resurfacing
    For unparalleled wrinkle reduction and improvements in skin tone & texture

    What is a Laser Peel?
    As we age, the effects of sun damage and environmental pollutants take their toll on our skin, creating wrinkles and pigment irregularities, especially on our faces. A Contour TRL Laser Peel can be very successful at reducing or eliminating these conditions, and in fact it is the best way to address the problematic lines that occur around the mouth and eyes.

    Though there are several different types of lasers used to perform peels, the Contour TRL is widely regarded as the safest, most effective laser available. Several areas of the body can be treated, though the most commonly treated areas are the face and neck.

    The following conditions can be treated with LaserPeel:

    • Deep wrinkles (even in difficult to treat areas like around the mouth and eyes)
    • Scars
    • Solar spots
    • Actinic Keratoses
    • Poor skin tone/texture

    How it works
    The Contour TRL safely removes a layer of skin to a depth determined by the physician. The depth of treatment will depend on the skin condition, your desired outcome and expectation for downtime. Because Contour TRL can affect tissue with micron precision; the physician can treat your skin with the exact amount of energy needed no more, no less. Treating skin with a laser stimulates the growth of new collagen, which improves the skins thickness and resilience. The skin surface will also re-grow with fresh, healthy cells, which will give your skin a younger, rejuvenated appearance.

    During treatment
    Your skin will be cleaned in the treatment area and your eyes will be protected with safety shields. The physician will position the laser handpiece above the skin and will hold it in place as the computer-guided scanner moves the laser beam around the treatment area. Depending on the size of the area being treated, the procedure usually lasts 15 to 30 minutes.

    The comfort level of laser resurfacing varies from patient to patient and depends largely on the depth of treatment. For shallow treatments, the procedure is often tolerated with the use of a topical anesthetic. For deeper treatments, the physician may administer a subcutaneous local anesthetic.

    Because Contour TRL is capable of deep laser peels, excellent results are typically achieved after one treatment.

    After treatment
    Immediately following the procedure you may experience redness and a sensation resembling sunburn. Swelling may also occur in the treated areas. The physician will advise you on specific after-treatment care recommendations, which may include analgesics and application of an ointment to keep the skin moist. Your skin will be sensitive to ultra-violet light after the procedure, so you must avoid direct sun exposure until fully healed. It is recommended that you always use some level of solar protection to avoid sun damage and premature aging of your skin.

    Complete healing will depend largely on the depth of treatment. Healing times for shallow treatments are typically 3-4 days before patients resume normal activities.
    For deeper treatments, you should discuss realistic expectations for recovery with the physician.

    The top layer of your skin will re-grow and can be covered with makeup in about one week, at which time you will see noticeable improvements in your skins texture, tone
    and wrinkle appearance. Deeper laser treatments also stimulate the growth of new collagen over the next 4 to 6 months. During this time, the skin may show increasing
    improvements in tightness and resilience.

    Before and after examples: