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Skin resurfacing with the Pearl Laser can dramatically overhaul your complexion by correcting a variety of skin conditions, including dyspigmentation, photo aging, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, irregular skin texture, and acne scarring.


Controlled laser pulses create microchannels deep in your skin, to kick-start the body’s natural healing process. The skin is resurfaced by shedding damaged areas and producing healthy new skin while leaving surrounding tissue intact. This safe and precise laser also helps to strengthen the skin, for long-term results in as little as one treatment.


The Pearl Laser is named for the smooth, radiant, pearl-like texture of the skin after treatment. Skin resurfacing can restore vibrancy and vitality to your skin. Scars specifically are able to be removed healthily while leaving the surrounding skin and tissue unchanged.


The controlled laser pulses create tiny microchannels in the skin, removing columns of damaged tissue. This also kickstarts the body’s natural healing process for creating new collagen, plumping the skin from below to reverse the appearance of skin imperfections.

Avoid sun exposure & tanning products and discontinue the use of harsh skincare products like peels and scrubs.

Skin is numbed with a topical anesthetic. When skin is completely numb, the Pearl handpiece is applied to the skin where a scanner controls the placement of 300 microchannels. Multiple passes may be made over areas of more concern.

The treatment lasts approximately 60 minutes.

Skin will begin to peel and shed 3 to 4 days after the procedure. Results will continue to improve over 3 to 6 months. Wrinkles and other signs of aging will reappear with time.

Patients typically experience a warm prickling sensation on the skin, which is very tolerable.

Recovery mainly consists of managing the redness, swelling, and peeling, which will last 1 to 2 weeks. Patients should keep the skin moisturized until skin peeling is complete, and use a broad spectrum SPF to protect skin from sun exposure.