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Walnut Creek area patients ask, “Can laser treatment damage the skin?”

Can laser treatment damage the skin

When patients consider the benefits of laser skin treatment in Walnut Creek, they often ask their dermatologist about the possible dangers of such technologically-advanced treatments. Many patients who visit Dr. M. Christine Lee and are introduced to laser treatments ask, “Can laser treatment damage the skin?”

If done incorrectly, yes, laser treatments can damage the skin. However, Dr. M. Christine Lee has over two decades of experience in using this type of technology. At her practice, The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute, she has over 40 lasers available for use to improve the skin and body. She has many patients who have benefited from laser therapies performed at her practice. She is a Board-certified dermatologist who ensures the safety of her patients during appointments.

What steps are taken for safety?

Laser devices are locked and unable to be operated without the key, ensuring responsible professionals are accessing the devices and providing treatment. Additionally, laser treatments are performed with special eye protection for both patients and doctor.

What laser treatments are available?

Some of the treatments available to patients at The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute include:

  • Laser skin rejuvenation
  • Fractional laser resurfacing
  • Laser liposuction
  • Laser hair removal
  • Laser tattoo removal
  • Oral laser treatment

Which treatment is right for me?

At The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute, Dr. M. Christine Lee offers a variety of services – not just lasers. She also provides treatments that use other technologies including ultrasound and radiofrequency energy. Light therapies may also be used.

Call today to learn more about laser treatments!

Dr. Lee and her staff provide the latest technologies to achieve beautiful, healthy skin. At The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute, patients in the area of Walnut Creek, California can work with the best professionals to get the results they want! Call the practice today at (925) 528-0117 or visit personally at 370 N. Wiget Lane at Suite 125.

Dr. Christine Lee

Dr. Min-Wei Christine Lee

Dr. Christine Lee is a Board-certified Dermatologist with sub-specialties in laser surgery, cosmetic surgery, Mohs Micrographic Surgery, facial plastic reconstruction, and dermatologic surgery. She leads The Skin And Laser Treatment Institute as its Director and serves as Clinical Faculty for the Department of Dermatologic Surgery at the University of California San Francisco. Patients travel from across the globe for her expertise, and Dr. Lee has trained thousands of stateside and international doctors.
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