Laser Treatments

Laser Treatments

How Laser Hair Removal Works


Laser energy is selectively absorbed by the melanin in the hair follicle and converted to heat, injuring the follicle.

Most hair is permanently removed. Hair that does regrow is finer and lighter than before.

There are three phases of normal hair growth:

  • Anagen (active)
  • Catagen (regression)
  • Telogen (resting)

The follicle most susceptible during anagen phase

  • 1/3 to 2/3 of hair is in Anagen phase at any time
  • Hair has most melanin in the bulb during Anagen phase and absorbs the most energy to disable stem cells

Meet Our Lasers


Spectrum 810 Diode

The comfortable delivery system is lightweight and glides over any anatomic location. Large spot size allows technician to quickly cover large areas of the body.


Spectrum Erbium Yag

Human skin is made up of approximately 64% water.  The Erbium Laser energy is attracted to the water in our skin.  The energy is then captured in the epidermis and dermis skin layers creating a thermal injury which causes changes in the skin.  Once injured, the skin begins a very rapid process of repair.

The Erbium Laser has a High Affinity Absorption for Water. The Top Layer of Tissue Is Dusted off or Ablated.  Heat Is Then Put to the Dermal Tissue to  Stimulate Collagen Realignment.


Spectrum Q-Switched Yag

The Spectrum offers 2-different wavelengths (1064nm and 532nm). The 1064nm reduces/removes most dark colored tattoo inks and the 532nm reduces/removes most vibrant colored tattoo inks. The laser is attracted to and interacts with the tattoo ink particles.

Using high-intensity photo-acoustic shock waves, the Spectrum Q-Switched Yag Laser shatters the tattoo ink into tiny fragments.


Spectrum Intense Pulsed Light

Spectrum Intense pulsed light (IPL) is used to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic uses including hair removal, photo-rejuvenation, the removal and reduction of vascular and pigmented lesions and the reduction of active acne.

The technology utilizes a broad spectrum light-source, with a general spectral range of 400 to 1200 nm. Various cutoff filters are placed in front of the light-source  to filter the undesired frequencies and allow the desired wavelength to target specific structures and chromophores in the skin.


Spectrum Long Pulsed Yag

The Spectrum Nd:YAG laser penetrates through the skin and is readily absorbed by hemoglobin and melanin chromophores (veins and vascular lesions).

The Laser light is delivered through the skin and into the vein. After heating, the vein walls collapse and seal shut. The sealed vein is then broken down and absorbed by the body.

This removes unsightly facial veins and small vascular lesions from any area of the body. Treatments can be performed quickly and without bruising. In addition, spider veins and large blue leg veins (3mm and under) can also be treated with Spectrum Long Pulsed Yag, yielding excellent results.


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