At Aqua Medical Spa, we use a variety of state-of-the-art laser systems to deliver lasting results when it comes to helping you improve your skin’s overall texture, eliminate fine lines and wrinkles and create a more youthful appearance. All of our laser treatments are customized around what you want to achieve, including removing dark spots caused by sun damage, reducing redness, smoothing scars, treating acne, eliminating unsightly veins, and removing tattoos.
At Aqua Medical Spa, we offer a variety of state-of-the-art technology designed to deliver a wide range of laser resurfacing treatments, including ProFractional™ laser resurfacing, MicroLaserPeel® treatments and fusion laser resurfacing. These skin resurfacing treatments can be used to improve the overall tone and texture of the skin, as well as improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, sun damage and stretch marks. Our team will help you choose the most appropriate laser resurfacing treatment for you based on the condition to be treated and/or the outcome you hope to achieve.
Our Laser Resurfacing Tools and Treatments Include:
Our medical providers use fractional ablative and non-ablative laser technology to rejuvenate your skin’s tone, texture, laxity and color, restoring a youthful appearance. Our team specifically target hyperpigmentation (age spots), wrinkles and scarring. Our laser devices allow our physicians to carefully remove outer layers of skin with optimal precision, to ensure the underlying layers of your skin will naturally replace your damaged skin with healthy, fresh tissue. A series of treatments may be recommended for maximized results.
What To Expect
Lighter resurfacing may provide the change you desire, with little to no downtime, while more intensive ablation of the skin will provide dramatic results but also requires more time for recovery. However, the ultimate outcome will depend on the depth of the resurfacing and your body’s natural healing and rejuvenation powers.
Ready to reawaken your skin’s healthy and youthful glow? Then let us help you find the right skin rejuvenation and revitalization anti-aging treatment for you. Our fractional laser technology allows us to deliver both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to help rewind the hands of time with little or no downtime. With improved skin tone and texture, we’re here to help you unlock that younger-looking you.
At Aqua Medical Spa, we use BLU-U® therapy, a blue broad-based fluorescent light, and a topical solution to kill the acne-causing bacteria in oil glands. This bacteria, when left untreated, worsens acne by causing additional inflammation and allowing it to spread. BLU-U is non-invasive, comfortable and quick, with the best results typically occurring after a series of sessions. Our spa team will explain the precautions you will need to take after your treatment to maximize results and prevent skin damage.
We also use fractional ablative laser treatments to effectively eliminate light acne scarring by targeting small areas of the skin, leaving other areas of the skin untouched. This in turn, stimulates the production of collagen, eradicating undesired pigment cells and rejuvenating the skin’s overall healthy appearance. Fractional resurfacing also has the added benefit of being able to penetrate deeper into the skin than other resurfacing options – with a faster recovery time. And, in some of our locations, our dermatologists may recommend the use of our Sensus SRT-100™ device to remove keloid overgrowths in scar tissue.
At Aqua Medical Spa, our laser hair removal system can effectively reduce unwanted hair in almost any area of your body. The treatment works by targeting individual hair follicles with laser energy that permanently damages the targeted hair follicles’ roots preventing the future growth of hair in the area being treated. Treatment can be as brief as a few minutes for small areas such as the lip and chin, or longer for surfaces such as the back and legs, and it typically takes several treatments for the best results. Depending on your skin type, our medical providers will recommend which procedure is right for you.
Typical Treatment Areas:
If you’re suffering from painful vascular lesions like spider or varicose veins, a combination of laser therapy and vein injections (sclerotherapy) treatments can help eliminate your discomfort and restore clear skin and healthy veins.
Laser Vein Therapy
If you are looking for an alternative treatment to sclerotherapy, our Candela Vbeam® laser, the Cynosure® Cynergy, and Nd:YAG laser technology spider vein treatments may be the right options for you. These treatments all effectively target spider veins with laser light pulses which are then absorbed by the body’s red blood cells causing the vein to close and the vessels treated to fade, disappear and be naturally eliminated. All with no downtime. Our team will help you determine which is the best and safest option for you.
Sclerotherapy is an injectable vein treatment that is often used in conjunction with laser vein therapy. It involves injecting a solution directly into the varicose or spider veins. The problem vein then collapses and is reabsorbed, and the body redirects the blood to a healthy vein, restoring proper circulation and clear skin.
Depending on the severity of the problem area, the treatment could involve multiple injections and sessions. Our spa team will explain the precautions you will need to take after your treatment to help you maximize your results.
A great idea then, but not so much now. Well no one said you have to live with your tattoo forever, did they? The good news – our team can use today’s laser technology to erase your unwanted tattoos of all shapes, colors and sizes, while leaving your surrounding skin untouched. This is accomplished by using laser rays to help to break up the pigmentation of the tattoo and continuing treatments until your tattoo is completely eliminated.
Unlike some tattoo removal procedures, laser treatments have relatively little risk of scarring. Our medical providers will help determine how many visits will be required to remove your tattoo, depending on its size, age and detail.