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      1109 South Park Victoria Dr.,

      Milpitas, CA 95035

      Tattoo Removal and Erbium Yag Laser for Resurfacing

      Restore Your Skin With
      Spectrum Laser/IPL Treatments

      What are Spectrum Laser/IPL treatments?

      Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments can alleviate multiple dermatologic conditions. The Spectrum delivers wavelength specific pulses of energy to the desired treatment area. Discomfort is minimal and is usually compared to the "snap of a rubber band". Multiple treatments may be required to achieve your desired result.

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      The Spectrum is safe, effective, and can be applied to most skin types. Consult with your physician or skin care specialist about the right treatment for you.

      Restore your skin

      Improve Skin Tone and Texture

      Erbium YAG Laser skin resurfacing helps to improve an assortment of conditions such as sun damage, scars, fine lines & wrinkles. Rejuvenate your skin and turn back the hands of time.

      Mistakes Can Be Corrected

      The Spectrum laser uses "Gold Standard" Q-Switched technology to remove unwanted tattoos. The dual wavelength laser targets specific ink colors. The tattoo ink is then broken down into tiny particles that are small enough so that the body’s own natural immune system can flush them away. Unwanted body art can now be eliminated.

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      About Recovery

      Depending on the area treated, some swelling and irritation may occur. However, the majority of treatments have little to no down time and few side effects. Avoid sunlight and use sunscreen or antibiotic ointments to promote healing and prevent damage. Anti-aging skin care products may be prescribed by your doctor. If a scab forms, it should not be picked at or scarring may occur. For best results, follow your clinician’s instructions after treatment.

      Schedule Your Consultation

      For your first consultation, come prepared with clear details on what improvements you are looking to attain. A medical record of your skin condition will be required, and you will want to mention any sensitivities, infections, or prior skin treatments. Along with your history, your skin type and pigmentation will then be examined in order to determine the best treatment to reach your desired goals.

      Consult with your skin care specialist today.

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