Does laser therapy hurt?


Laser therapy for hair removal is far less painful than electrolysis, and some patients experience no sensitivity afterwards. Others may experience brief redness and a light tingling or burning sensation during or shortly following laser treatments. If you experience any discomfort, it will dissipate fast, and when you see the beautiful results, you’ll forget about the mild irritation.

For skin rejuvenation, lasers have proven to cause less skin irritation than chemical peels or microdermabrasion. Patients with non-oily, light skin seem to have the best results. Laser skin rejuvenation can shave 10 to 20 years from your appearance.


Does laser hair removal treatment last?

Hair has a growing cycle. Laser hair removal has to be done at the right time to create lasting results. For this reason, we offer four treatments with each package. After three or four appointments, most patients never have to worry about unwanted hair growing in the treated areas.

Do cosmetic injections hurt?

Every person has a different level of sensitivity, but because cosmetic injections are performed with tiny needles, few patients experience pain. Some discomfort occurs with any injection, but cosmetic procedures do not require the long and thick needles used to inject medications into the blood stream.

How can I learn more about changing my smile?

Have you heard about life-changing transformations from teeth whitening, veneers, Invisalign, and implant restorations? Right next door, we have a full-service cosmetic dentist ready to make your smile vibrant and your life great. Visit for more information.

Are your lasers and procedures approved by the FDA?

Botox, Juvederm, and the medicines used in mesotherapy have been approved by the FDA. Lasers are approved for facial skin rejuvenation and hair removal. Equally important, our qualified and experienced aesthetician has been trained in administering these treatments, so you can rest assured that your experience with us will be safe, effective, and rewarding.