Laser Resurfacing Dallas | Dallas Dermatology Partners

Improving the appearance of acne scars, sun damage, and wrinkles with minimal downtime is possible with laser resurfacing at Dallas Dermatology Partners. Our practice offers the latest cutting-edge laser technology, including the Contour TRL, a tunable Erbium Yag laser, and the Halo laser by Sciton.

The Contour TRL is an ablative resurfacing treatment that corrects signs of extensive sun damage, including deep wrinkles, creases, pigmentation irregularities, and rhinophyma. While mostly used for deeper, more aggressive procedures, Contour TRL laser resurfacing can be customized for superficial micro peels.

The Halo is the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser that delivers ablative and non-ablative wavelengths. It is used to improve the health and appearance of mature and sun-damaged skin. The Halo laser treats a broad range of concerns, including uneven skin tone, fine lines, discoloration, actinic keratosis, scars, and rough skin texture.

Both laser resurfacing treatments are safe for all skin types, including darker skin tones, and can be used to rejuvenate the face, neck, chest, and other body parts.

Fractional Laser Resurfacing

Each laser resurfacing treatment is tailored according to your skin type and aesthetic goals. Our dermatologists can calibrate the depth and intensity of laser energy with micron precision, ensuring patient comfort and optimal results.

The Sciton Contour TRL removes the damaged outer layer of skin, stimulating new collagen production. Patients will see measurable improvements in texture, elasticity, and wrinkle reduction within two weeks of the laser skin resurfacing treatment and final results after six months when collagen remodeling is complete.

Thanks to its intelligent dual-wavelength energy delivery, Halo laser resurfacing promises smoother and more youthful-looking skin with only a few days of downtime. Improvements in skin tone, texture, and clarity are seen just two days after the procedure. Signs of UV damage begin to fade, and the skin takes on a luminous “Halo glow” that can be maintained for years with vigilant sun protection.

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