$279 for a Full-Face Laser Resurfacing Treatment (Up to a $2,000 Value)
After a consultation, Clear Allergy Immunology Laser Center’s Dr. Kavosh, who is licensed by the Texas Medical Board, treats sun damage during a one-hour laser treatment. The treatment is administered amid a contemporary, spa-like office, highlighted in Living magazine. Armed with an erbium laser—which is designed to be gentle to the face—the doctor deploys light rays to lessen the appearance of sun damage and reveal smooth, new skin.
Clear Allergy Immunology Laser Center
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and a member of the American Medical Association, Dr. Eric Kavosh oversees Clear Allergy Immunology Laser Center, which matches its sophisticated allergy diagnostic services with modern decor. Patients pass a stony water feature in the lobby and stroll through curved-ceiling hallways to arrive in treatment rooms, where Dr. Kavosh and his team confirm that clients are in fact allergic to cooties. To identify the underlying cause of an allergy’s symptoms, the doctor uses advanced techniques such as rhinoscopy, which spots sinus-tissue problems that CT scans often miss. Dr. Kavosh also seeks to refortify patients whose weakened immune systems may cause them to suffer from frequent colds and infections, and his fleet of lasers works to remove unwanted hair, wrinkles, scars, and warts.
Are you ready to be happy and hair-free?
How would it feel to finally get rid of unwanted hair virtually everywhere on your body—back, arms, legs, underarms, bikini line, chest and face? No more shaving or waxing—plucking or bleaching. Think about it. That would add some time and sanity to your life, right?
Maybe you have hesitated, because you don’t really know what this “laser hair removal” stuff is all about. You may think it just sounds too sci-fi— kind of like Star Wars your doc’s office—or just plain dangerous. Well, here’s some helpful info. Laser hair-reduction technology is an FDA-cleared procedure that’s effective for men and women of all skin types.
The laser light is attracted to the skin pigment known as melanin in the hair follicle; therefore, only the active follicles can be treated. The laser does not affect the dormant or resting follicles, because they do not contain melanin. So, here’s how the laser process works—the melanin in the hair follicle absorbs the laser light energy. When the absorbed light is converted into heat, the follicle cells overheat and become permanently disabled.
At any one time, 50% to 85% of your hair follicles are in the active phase, but only 25% to 30% of your hairs have enough of the pigment in their roots to absorb the laser beam which damages the hair root. So, only about 25% to 30 % of your hair roots are good targets for the laser beam at any given session. That’s why you need multiple visits. Follicle activation can also be impacted by a myriad of factors—hormones, illness, medications and heredity.
During the procedure, each pulse of the laser covers an area approximately the size a quarter. We apply a cooling gel to help keep you comfortable during the process, and cold air blows across the treatment area to help with skin cooling and comfort, as well. This laser process is very fast. For example, the treatment time for small body takes 30 minutes or less.
So, with follicles stripped of their hair-growing powers, you are left with the perpetually silky, smooth, hairless skin you seek. Success!
Almost all patients need a minimum of six treatments to reach their hair-reduction objectives, but many will elect to have more treatments—even 8 treatments or more. We recommend spacing treatment sessions every 4 to 8 weeks depending on your treatment plan. The number of treatments necessary depends on the area and is unique to each individual. All skin ethnicities can be treated.
Let us know if you have questions about this or any of our other treatments. See you soon!