Laser skin rejuvenation is Dr. Orafu’s signature procedure. Through this laser treatment, she helps smooth the skin’s surface, giving you a more even and youthful look. With a variety of techniques, she can reverse the signs of aging caused by sun exposure, lifestyles choices, and environmental toxins, recovering that unblemished, youthful glow.
This FDA-approved laser treatment enhances collagen and elastin production, increasing your skin’s elasticity and smoothing minor facial scars, including those caused by acne. The procedure is pain-free and, unlike other facial rejuvenation options, doesn't cause any peeling, crusting, or scabbing.
Through laser pigment treatment, Dr. Orafu targets redness and skin discoloration caused by a variety of pigment issues, including:
This laser uses a specific light wavelength, targeting blood vessels that cause dark pigmentations without harming the surrounding tissue. Most patients need one or two treatments, and results usually appear in three to four weeks. The amount of time the procedure takes depends on the size of the area treated. Typically, sessions range 30–60 minutes and require no downtime.
Dr. Orafu can treat dark pigmentation in a variety of areas, such as the:
Dr. Orafu, the medical director at the Ohio Laser & Wellness Centers, can use laser pigment treatment to reduce the appearance of birthmarks and port-wine stains. Because of their dark pigment, these regions may need more treatments than do other pigmentation areas, so Dr. Orafu may, therefore, increase the frequency of sessions. During your initial consultation, she may discuss how many laser treatments she recommends.
Be aware that, after treatment, these spots darken before they're processed and absorbed into the body. Sometimes the pigmentation flakes off, leaving new, lighter skin beneath it.
When dark pigmentation keeps you from feeling comfortable, it’s time to contact Dr. Orafu. With her help, you can improve the look and tone of your skin, and begin to love the way it makes you feel.
* Individual Results May Vary