Fractionated CO2 Skin Resurfacing

Fractionated CO2 Skin Resurfacing

For patients who want to revitalize their complexion and return a youthful glow laser resurfacing is a great, non-invasive option. A fractionated CO2 laser can be utilized, with less trauma and shorter healing time than a traditional laser, to resurface the skin of the face, neck, chest and hands. The treatment typically takes just an hour depending on the areas treated and can be done in the office with light sedation and topical anesthesia.

What can you expect? Dramatic improvement in the tone and texture of the skin! Not to mention improved look of sun-damaged skin, smoothed fine lines and wrinkles, reduced appearance of enlarged pores and the reduction of acne and other scars.

More added benefits? Rather than dealing with the scabs and burned looking skin and longer recovery that was associated with a traditional laser, heals in 4-5 days and the pinkness fades over a period of weeks when make-up can lighten the redness. For more information on our CO2 laser or a related procedure, set up a consultation today.

Important Announcement

Due to COVID-19, MPRSD and the Med Spa will be closed indefinitely beginning March 30th, 2020. Both Dr. Park and Dr. Rebowe will only be seeing post-operative patients, patients with pressing issues, and will continue working hospital consults and ER coverage. However, during this time we will not be seeing new elective patients. Staff will reach out to cancel appointments and notify patients, and will be reaching out to reschedule when we are back in the office.

We always do our best to stay available to our patients. If the normal communication systems break down during this crisis, Dr. Park should be reachable at and Dr. Rebowe at Immediate availability cannot be assumed during these unpredictable times so do not email with urgent issues. Urgent issues need direct communication with a provider either through the office or if necessary, your nearest emergency room.

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