Cold Laser LED
If you’re suffering from chronic pain, inflammation, or the lingering effects of an injury, cold laser therapy may be able to help. Cold laser therapy is a type of laser therapy that uses low-level lasers to stimulate healing. Unlike other types of lasers, cold lasers do not generate heat.
How Much Does Cold Laser LED Cost at Skin Technique
Please contact us for a consultation for a more accurate cost for your treatment.
Similar to lying in a tanning bed, the machine will be placed over the area being treated. LED light is then emitted to the treatment area.
Depending on which skin concerns are being addressed, the blend of light therapy may differ and will be chosen by an experienced technician.
Indefinitely with maintenance as required.
Can be immediate depending on skin needs. Multiple treatments may be needed to achieve desired results.
How Long Does Cold Laser LED Last?
The effects of the treatment last indefinitely, with maintenance as required.
How Long Does It Take to Recover from Cold Laser LED?
There is no downtime associated with a Cold Laser LED appointment.
What Is a Cold Laser LED?
A cold laser treatment is where non-heat emitting LED (light-emitting diodes) are used to stimulate collagen, which is the main structural protein found in the skin and other connective tissues. Collagen is what helps give our skin strength and elasticity, along with replacing dead skin cells.
Are You a Candidate for Cold Laser LED?
It’s important to understand that not everyone will benefit from cold laser LED therapy. For example, if you have severe nerve damage or your condition is caused by an underlying medical issue such as cancer or autoimmune disease, then this method is likely not the best choice for addressing your symptoms. However, if you suffer from joint or muscle pain, inflammation or an old injury that tends to flare up, cold laser LED therapy may work for you!
Benefits of Cold Laser LED
While this treatment approach has long been used in traditional medicine, cold laser LED treatment has recently become a popular alternative for those looking to manage pain and minimize acne in a non-invasive way. Cold Laser LED can be used to treat the following conditions:
- Acne & Acne Scars
- Red Spots
- Joint Pain
- Neck Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- Muscle Sprains
- Skin Rejuvenation
What Are the Risks for Cold Laser LED
When performed by a specialist, like those at Skin Technique, there is no risk attributed to Cold Laser LED treatments.
How to Prepare for Cold Laser LED
There is no preparation needed on your part.
What to Expect Post Cold Laser LED
Unlike medication or other invasive procedures, laser therapy has no recovery time or side effects. Instead, you simply go through the treatment and get back to your everyday life right away without interruptions.
Cold Laser LED Recovery & Timeline
Although each session typically lasts only 10-20 minutes, this treatment approach often requires multiple sessions to be truly effective.
How Is Cold Laser LED performed by Dr. Christopher Pavlou
Similar to lying in a tanning bed, the machine will be placed over the area being treated. LED light is then emitted to the treatment area. Depending on which skin concerns are being addressed, the blend of light therapy may differ and will be chosen by an experienced technician.
Why Choose Skin Technique for Cold Laser LED?
When choosing a clinic for your cold laser LED treatments, there are many factors to consider. At Skin Technique, we feel that our greatest asset is our staff – a team of highly skilled and highly dedicated professionals who genuinely care about the wellbeing of each one of our patients. Whether you are looking to target specific areas of your skin or require more in-depth treatments, our expert team can help you achieve your aesthetic goals safely and effectively.
Used to Treat
- Red Spots
- Joint Pain
Cold Laser LED FAQs
What is the difference between red light therapy and cold laser therapy?
Red light therapy uses infrared light to penetrate deep into the tissue, helping to reduce inflammation and promote healing. Cold laser therapy also uses infrared light, but the wavelength is much shorter, allowing it to penetrate even deeper into the tissue.
How often can you do cold laser therapy?
The number of treatments required will vary depending on the condition being treated. For example, acute conditions may only require a few treatments, while chronic conditions may require more frequent treatments. However, most people will notice an improvement after just a few sessions.
Does cold laser LED break up scar tissue?
Cold laser therapy has been shown to be effective in treating a variety of conditions, including scar tissue, inflammation, adhesions, and pain. It also helps increase cell activity, which can speed up the healing process.