Sclerotherapy   Microdermabrasion

Sclerotherapy is a technique used to minimize or remove unwanted superficial blood vessels in the skin. It works by injecting a substance that irritates the inner lining of the unwanted blood vessel, stimulating a decreased in diameter of the vessel and in many cases, it can finally result in the complete clearance of the entire vessels.


Microdermabrasion is a technique involving the combination of a vacuum-like suction and crystals that are sprayed on the surface of the skin. This kind of treatment focuses in giving results by a very gentle resurfacing of the superficial layer of the skin. It is meant to soften and brighten the appearance of the treated part of the skin. Its generally performed in several treatments.

Laser Treatment Options
Superficial Chemical Peel
Laser Treatment Options   Superficial Chemical Peel

The CDLC offers numerous distinct laser therapy options to achieve optimal results in treating a wide range of conditions.

Laser Hair Removal Treatment (Diode or GentleYAG® Laser)
Laser Removal of Tattoos and Pigmented Lesions (Q-Switched Lasers)
Laser Resurfacing / Fractionated CO2 Laser Resurfacing (UltraPulse Encore Total FX/Deep FX/Active FX™ Laser)
Laser Resurfacing / Ablative CO2 Laser Treatment (Carbon Dioxide "CO2" Laser)
Laser Skin Rejuvenation / Fractionated Laser Resurfacing (Fraxel® Laser)
Laser Skin Rejuvenation / Non-Ablative Laser Treatment (CoolTouch® or NLite® Laser)
Photofacial (IPL(™) Treatment)
GentleYAG® Laser Treatment for Spider Veins of the Legs
Versapulse® Vascular Laser Treatment
Pulsed Dye Laser Treatment (V-Beam ® Laser)
Erbium Laser Peel


Superficial chemical peels using alpha hydrox acids or glycolic acid are used to improve the look of the skin by causing a mild exfoliation on a portion of the uppermost layer of the skin. these peels can soften and brighten of the part of the skin that has been treated and can also blend skin tones and improve its texture. The peels usually required a series of treatments in order to see the best results possible.

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