Hand Laser Boston

You’ve been taking care of your face with Botox , fillers , and great skin regimen. You may have had some surgical procedures and are happy with your results. But, are you hands giving away your age?
When you look at your hands do you see brown spots, sagging skin and blue veins? Our Rohrer laser can easily reduce all of these conditions and bring a youthful look back to your hands.

What is a Hand Laser Treatment?

A hand laser treatment is designed to reduce brown spots, mottled skin and dark veins on top of the hands. The first stage of the treatment is to identify the conditions to be treated and if necessary, mark them in preparation. A laser is then used to treat each targeted issue.

How is it Performed?

You will be meeting with the medical provider for consultation on the veins, brown spots and mottled skin to be treated and the expected results. No anesthesia is required for these laser treatments. The procedure takes between 30 and 90 minutes, depending on the number of conditions being treated. The laser then is used to send strong bursts of light into the veins and onto the brown spots. The laser follows the line of vein, and carefully targets brown spots or hyperpigmentation that is to be treated. These bursts of laser produce a clicking sound and a sensation like an elastic being snapped against the skin, but pain is relatively low. The energy is absorbed and the vein walls collapse and seal shut, brown spots fade away and skin will tighten.

What Can I Expect?

There is no downtime from laser hand treatments. The treatment is quick, comfortable and effective. It may take several days for any brown spots to fade and fall away.

Arranging a Consultation

The most important step in preparing for a laser hand treatment is deciding on the right doctor to perform it. The Spiegel Center doctors are highly qualified and experienced medical professional who will be happy to tell you more about the laser hand treatment and its benefits. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.


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