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Laser Eye Resurfacing


Turn back the clock with Laser Eye Resurfacing. The treatment is suitable for those bothered by moderate crepiness and fine lines around their eyes. There is an overall improvement of wrinkles, laxity, and elasticity around the eyes.

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The non-surgical, customizable Laser Eye Resurfacing treats the entire outer eye area, targeting elastin fibers and collagen so fresh new tissue can grow. First, numbing eye drops are applied in each eye to allow for comfort as ocular shields are placed under the lids to protect the eyeball from the laser. We will treat the entire eye area – upper and lower lid right up to the lash line, the crow’s feet, and above the brow. The laser regenerates collagen by creating microchannels as a controlled injury to stimulate the body’s would-healing response. This is our most advanced procedure for the eye area.

Benefits of Laser Eye Resurfacing

+ Restores your skin’s natural volume and fullness for facial contouring
+ Diminished dark under eye circles, bags and puffiness
+ Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes
+ Restores suppleness and vitality of thin, delicate skin



Treatments Needed


Results In

4 weeks

Results lasts

12-18 months

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The entire periocular region is covered, including regions above, below, and lateral to the eye, up to the lash line.

Milia, which are small white bumps, may appear in the laser-treated areas during healing. Hyperpigmentation, and more rarely hypopigmentation, may result in the laser-treated areas. You should expect swelling after Laser Eye Resurfacing.

Insurance does not cover Laser Eye Resurfacing as it is a cosmetic or aesthetic procedure.

Since laser-treated skin is hypersensitive to sun exposure, we recommend undergoing laser resurfacing during the fall or winter months, when daytime hours are shorter and you are spending most of your time indoors. Regardless of what time of year you have your laser procedure, wear a broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher daily and reapply as needed. This not only helps to keep your results looking their best, but it also provides protection against skin cancer and helps prevent additional premature aging.

Yes, it’s common for both eyes to be treated during the same session. Performing the procedure on both eyes simultaneously reduces the overall recovery time and allows for better coordination between the eyes. However, your skin expert or dermatologist will evaluate your individual situation and determine the best approach.

Before the procedure, the eye is typically numbed, so you should not feel any pain. Afterward, some patients may experience mild discomfort or a foreign body sensation for a few days, but it can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.