Fractionated Laser Resurfacing

Achieve A Clearer Skin

Our Laser Resurfacing Treatment

Our Fractionated Laser Resurfacing Treatment is a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure that can lessen acne scars, hyperpigmentation, brown spots, surface lines and wrinkles, and broken blood vessels, giving you clearer skin and a more youthful look. The laser wand emits energy that penetrates deep into the skin and induces natural collagen production to tighten and tone the skin.

This treatment is performed by one of the best dermatologists in the state and you can trust that you are in good care.

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Bring Back Your Youth


When you opt for Ablative treatment in laser resurfacing acne scars, we remove the outer layer of skin (epidermis) and heat the underlying skin (dermis) to stimulate collagen growth, which is a protein that improves skin firmness and texture. This type of treatment includes a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, an erbium laser, and combination systems. After the treatment and when the epidermis starts to heal and regenerate, your skin will become smoother and tighter.

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CO2 Laser Resurfacing

This method of skin treatment is ideal for treating wrinkles, scars, warts, enlarged oil glands on the nose, or other conditions on the skin. An advanced form of fractionated CO2 laser resurfacing (ultra pulse) uses very short pulsed light energy delivered in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin with minimal heat damage. Recovery usually takes up to two weeks.

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RF Microneedling

Radiofrequency or RF microneedling uses thicker needles to pass on heat deep into the skin. RF microneedling generates less microchannels than skin pen microneedling. This is a popular choice for those who want no bleeding and no downtime after the therapy. The main goal is to tighten, lift, or contour the skin as well as reducing acne and minimizing oil-producing pores. 

This fractional laser treatment stimulates collagen growth, is less aggressive than an ablative laser, and has a shorter recovery time. It can be performed using pulsed-dye laser, erbium (Er:YAG), and intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy.

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Pule-Dye sLaser Resurfacing

Pulse-dye laser skin resurfacing can be used to treat many skin issues related to your blood vessels. They are typically non-ablative and use concentrated yellow light to heat the skin and absorb pigments. This treatment can be a helpful option if you have issues with redness, hyperpigmentation, broken capillaries, or rosacea.

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

Technically, Intense Pulsed Light treatments are not lasers, but they can be used to treat the same skin issues as lasers. IPL is often used to help repair scarring, sun damage, stretch marks, acne, rosacea, birthmarks, and hyperpigmentation. Moreover, it can be utilized to get rid of unwanted hair.

Look Your Best


Laser Resurfacing acne scars are used to enhance skin’s appearance and treat minor flaws.



Dr. Jesleen Ahluwalia, our board-certified dermatologist, will examine your skin during your consultation. Once she properly understands your skin’s situation, she will devise a treatment plan for laser skin resurfacing with our state-of-the-art laser technology.

CO2 Laser Resurfacing
Erbium Laser Resurfacing
Pulse-Dye Laser Resurfacing
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

FAQs About Fractional Laser Resurfacing

Who is a good candidate for fractional laser treatment?

After a facelift, people with fine lines or wrinkles around the eyes or mouth or on the forehead, scars from acne, and non-responsive skin may be candidates for fractional laser treatment.

If you have acne or dark skin, you may not be a candidate for this treatment. Furthermore, this method is also not recommended for stretch marks. You should consult with a doctor before the procedure is done to determine if it will work for you.

Does laser resurfacing for acne scars hurt?

When undergoing superficial laser resurfacing, you will feel the warmth from the laser and experience pins and needles during the treatment. While not painful, many consider this treatment to be mildly uncomfortable. For deeper ablative laser resurfacing treatments like fractionated CO2 laser skin resurfacing, our dermatologist typically counsels patients on making the treatment more tolerable through sedation and monitoring.

How can I maximize the results of fractional laser resurfacing?

Patients who undergo laser skin resurfacing will see the results last a few years, but extending that timeline further is as simple as following a regular skincare routine. Moisturizing regularly, avoiding the sun, and wearing sunscreen anytime you plan to be outdoors will keep your skin looking and feeling rejuvenated for additional years.

Is fractional laser treatment safe?

Yes, fractional laser treatment is considered a highly safe treatment with little to no risks and side effects. Patients may have burns or scarring from the laser’s heat in very rare circumstances. But, if it is performed by an experienced and top-notch dermatologist like Dr. Jesleen Ahluwalia, you have nothing to worry about. 




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