Why Choose Halo™ Laser Treatments?

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your complexion? Perhaps lines and wrinkles have begun to appear on your face. Or maybe too much time in the sun has left uneven skin tone of sun spots. Don’t waste your time with “miracle creams” that claim to eliminate skin blemishes with no results. Instead, turn to Halo™ Laser for quality, long-lasting results.

How it Works

There are two types of lasers used during aesthetic treatments: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative lasers are more invasive, removing a portion of skin during treatment. Non-ablative lasers do not remove the skin, but rather cause a column of injury in the skin. Both types of lasers work by stimulating collagen production for healthier-looking skin.

Halo™ is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser. This type of laser delivers ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to provide noticeable results with little downtime. This laser treatment can address an array of skin issues, including fine lines, sun spots, and uneven skin tone. See Halo™ featured on The Doctors!

What Sets Halo™ Apart?

Unlike other laser treatments, Halo™ offers three pre-programmed levels for easy treatment. The operator simply chooses one of the three levels, and Halo™ will calculate the precise amount of energy needed to complete an effective and safe treatment session.

Dynamic Thermal Optimization (DTO) technology also continually measures the temperature of the patient’s skin and automatically changes the energy density and pulse width to confirm that the laser is always meeting specific levels. Halo™ is equipped with optical navigation, which measures the speed that the handpiece is moving to ensure an even treatment, while integrated cooling helps to keep the patient’s skin at a comfortable temperature.

If you are located in the Louisville or Lexington area and are interested in Halo™ treatments for a radiant complexion, contact Salzman Cosmetic Surgery and Spa today to schedule a consultation.

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