About Halo Fractional Laser at Chesapeake Vein Center and MedSpa
Halo fractional laser at Chesapeake Vein Center and MedSpa in Chesapeake, VA is a revolutionary and pioneering innovation, and is known as “the world’s first hybrid fractional skin resurfacing laser.” Halo combines ablative and non-ablative “wavelengths” in one device for a unique treatment experience.
A highlight of the Chesapeake Halo laser is its Dynamic Thermal Optimization feature (DTO), which can monitor the temperature of the treated skin to modify the laser treatment according to each patient for optimal results. Another benefit of the Halo laser is that it has integrated cooling of the patient’s skin while it is being treated. In addition, Halo is designed to work more efficiently than other lasers because its integrated smoke evacuation helps to keep the area around the patient and the laser free of residue from the process.
There is minimal downtime associated with the non-surgical Halo laser depending on the treatment chosen. This extraordinary new type of laser joins Chesapeake Vein Center and MedSpa’s impressive array of treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions: Halo Fractional Laser in Chesapeake, VA
Is the Halo laser painful?
No, the Halo/Halo Pro laser is not painful; there are minimal side effects associated with it.
How much does treatment with the Halo/Halo Pro laser cost?
To determine the cost of your treatment, please schedule a free consultation with us today.
Is there downtime associated with the Halo/Halo Pro laser?
There is minimal downtime involved with Halo laser treatment. You can resume normal activities immediately. The downtime is significantly shorter than the majority of fractional lasers presently available.
What are the advantages of Halo/Halo Pro over other laser treatments?
One advantage of Halo/Halo Pro is its unique integration of ablative and non-ablative laser aspects, which promotes a more stimulating and dynamic treatment experience. Also, with the Halo Pro Mode, your practitioner has the ability to control the laser’s dual wavelengths for the best results possible.