XEO Laser Treatment Specialists
Laser therapy treats a myriad of imperfections, including unwanted hair, acne, scars, wrinkles, and discoloration. Medical Weight Controls in Chino, CA offers XEO Laser treatments to cover a full spectrum of our client’s requests. If you live in the Chino area, contact our office today to discuss your laser treatment options.
What is aesthetic laser treatment?
Aesthetic or cosmetic laser treatment is a group of laser-based therapies used to treat a wide range of aesthetic needs, from wrinkle reduction to hair removal. By using a specific energy level, the laser heat is selective and doesn’t cause any thermal injury or damage to the surrounding tissue.
Interestingly, using lasers for wrinkle reduction and facial skin rejuvenation was discovered by accident. Doctors were performing laser treatment on acne scars and noticed afterwards that the small, adjacent wrinkles were greatly diminished.
At Medical Weight Controls, our specialists use xeo, a device that’s completely customizable, so that we can provide you with personalized treatment that meets your specific needs.
What types of issues can aesthetic laser treatments help with?
Aesthetic laser treatments are used to treat a variety of cosmetic issues. Some of the most common ones include:
If you have a cosmetic concern you’re not sure about, schedule a consultation with a specialist, and we can provide an evaluation to determine the best treatment plan for you.
Are aesthetic laser treatments safe?
When administered by a knowledgeable, experienced laser specialist, treatments with xeo are both safe and comfortable. Most patients describe xeo laser treatments as relaxing and painless.
The side effects from xeo laser treatments are typically very minimal, but will depend on the specific issue being treated. For example, more aggressive treatments may cause mild redness and swelling that goes away after a few hours, while other treatments may leave no visible signs.
For all cosmetic laser treatments, it’s important to follow the post-procedure directions, particularly in using sunblock and avoiding sun exposure. You also want to ensure the specialist knows about any medications you’re taking, since even over-the-counter products like aspirin can increase the risk of bleeding, poor healing, or scarring.
*Individual results may vary