Rosacea Treatment with a Candela Laser
How does the Laser Work?
The laser creates a beam of high-intensity light that penetrates deeply into skin tissue, where it delivers a controlled amount of targeted therappeutic heat. Candela's patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™) technology protects the upper layers of your skin with a cooling burst of cryogen. Together, the long-pulse laser and DCD cooling offer optimal treatment with minimal side effects.
What Can I Expect During Treatment?
Treatment will take place in the office. You are required to wear safety eyewear to protect your eyes from the laser light. Our Skin Care Specialist will guide the laser to the treatment areas with a small handpiece. Each laser pulse may be preceded and followed by a short pulse of cooling spray. A treatment could take as little as a few minutes to as lond as an hour, depending on the area and condition being treated.
Does it hurt?
Some patients may feel a slight discomfort with each laser pulse, sometimes described as the snapping of a rubber band in the skin. This discomfort resolves in several seconds and is minimized by Candela's DCD cooling. For some patients, a topical anesthetic may be used prior to treatment. Be sure to discuss this with your practitioner.
How Many Treatment Sessions Will I Need?
The number of sessions depends on the treatment you require and the condition of your skin. Many factors impact the efficacy of individual laser treatments, including the severity of the condition being treated.
Are These Treatments Covered By Insurance?
Most Insurance companies do not offer reimbursement for cosmetic procedures. Consult your insurance carrier for conclusive information. We do accept Care Credit.