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What is MLP and Pearl Ablative?

The is for superficial resurfacing. The computer guided scanner sets the ideal beam overlap for perfect coverage and uniform and precise ablation of the outermost layers of the skin. If you are looking for more than microdermabrasion or light chemical peels and have little time for a prolonged healing process from a full skin resurfacing, then Microlaser Peel was designed for you. Generally, a glycolic acid peel only removes the stratum corneum to about 4 microns and microdermabrasion removes the stratum corneum to about 10 microns. The Microlaser Peel can be programmed to accurately perform a partial to full epidermal peel from 4-50 microns and can be performed with topical anaesthetic.

What conditions can be treated with MLP and Pearl Ablative?

  • Wrinkles,

  • Acne scars

  • Keratoses

  • Pigmentary problems

  • Skin texture and laxity

  • Dullness

What can I expect after the treatment?

Microlaser Peel and Pearl Ablative is the weekend treatment with immediate, lasting results with little time off, minimal discomfort and easy post-treatment care. Healing takes 3-4 days.

The procedure can be performed on a Thursday or a Friday, so you can return to work the following Monday or Tuesday. Symptoms immediately following the procedure resemble a sunburn, with minor sloughing of skin usually starting on the second day. Redness will begin to fade by approximately third day and be easily covered by makeup on the fourth day, usually as responses are individual.

How many treatments do I need?

1-3 treatments are recommended 4-8 weeks apart to achieve the desired result.

Before and After Micro Laser Peel and Pearl Ablative - Source: Sciton Laser 

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