SLSS’s New Aerolase 650-Microsecond Laser an Alternative Treatment for All Types of Acne
Acne is one of the most common and challenging skin diseases for patients and dermatologists. Acne can be painful, embarrassing and have a highly negative impact on self-esteem. Fortunately, there is a new treatment option for patients wishing to have clear, acne free skin.
At Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of NY & NJ we are utilizing the Aerolase 650-microsecond laser to treat acne. This new therapy is highly effective for treating all types of acne including moderate to severe and cystic acne, acne on dark skin, and acne on the torso. The Aerolase LightPod Neo laser offers patients of all ages and skin types an excellent alternative treatment approach for acne, especially for those who do not want or have not responded to traditional therapies. It is also helpful for patients who either cannot take oral medications or do not want to take them.
We offer treatment for both children and adults with moderate to severe acne. With younger patients, we may clear their acne faster and potentially eliminate risk of long-term scarring. With adults, not only do we make their acne better, but also improve the overall tone and texture of their skin.
- Quick results with possibility of improvement in as little as a single treatment
- Avoid potential side effects and therapeutic delay of systemic therapies
- Effective and safe for all skin types and tanned skin
- May be helpful for difficult acne such as cystic acne
This is an exciting new era in the treatment of acne. Aerolase’s 650-microsecond laser allows treatment of moderate to severe and cystic acne to be performed effectively on all skin types without the need for skin cooling, anesthesia or even skin contact by the handpiece. It is a great treatment option for anyone suffering from acne.
Dr. Goldberg presented this topic at the recent 2017 South Beach Symposium, following that conference’s standard of showcasing the newest therapies, technologies, procedures and practice guidelines for physicians interested in medical and cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic medicine.