Laser Skin Resurfacing
Anti-Aging & Revitalization

“Laser Genesis is often our go-to for busy, on-the-go individuals who want to see results fairly quickly without having to experience any real downtime. Aside from being a quick in-office treatment, Laser Genesis is also very affordable and sought after. Patients routinely request this treatment by name.”

- Liet N. Le, MD

Laser Genesis is an effective and non-invasive “lunchtime” laser treatment that can be used on the face, neck, and chest to restore skin tone and treat numerous skin concerns including angiomas, active acne, large pores, acne scars, burn scars, surgery scars, redness, rosacea, uneven skin tone and texture, port wine stains (pws), facial veins, venous lakes, poikiloderma, lentigines, freckles, age spots, brown spots, skin tags, fine lines, and wrinkles.

All skin types and Fitzpatrick skin levels can be treated with the Laser Genesis. Whether you are looking to combat early signs of aging, obtain a more radiant complexion, resolve cosmetic issues, or take years of accumulated damage off of your skin with minimal discomfort and virtually no downtime, our Laser Genesis Skin Resurfacing & Revitalization treatment is likely a great fit for accomplishing your goals!

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After a Laser Genesis treatment, you can simply go on about your day as usual. There really is minimal to no downtime. Some patients do experience a temporary redness, which generally goes away on the same day. Depending upon your unique skincare needs and goals, multiple Laser Genesis treatments may be recommended.

Since skin resurfacing and revitalization is a gradual process that is dependent on your body’s natural production of collagen, results are generally seen over time. Many patients report optimal results six months following a Laser Genesis treatment. When Laser Genesis is used to treat skin conditions such as scars, the procedure can provide permanent results. However, when treating pigment issues such as rosacea, maintaining your results will require a follow-up visit at least once every twelve months.