Laser Skin Treatments
Mass General's renowned cosmetic dermatologists perform laser treatments to help revitalize and improve your skin to help you look and feel your best.
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Massachusetts General Hospital
50 Staniford Street, Suite 250
Boston, MA 02114
Laser and light sources (different wavelengths of energy ie: ultrasound, infrared) can be an effective way of reversing or reducing sun damage and aging. These treatments aid in improving overall skin tone and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. We use lasers to treat:
You may be a good candidate for laser skin treatment if you:
Lasers use light energy to stimulate your skin’s natural collagen to rejuvenate skin. All lasers used in our practice are FDA approved to be safe and effective. Each device works utilizing different wavelengths or energy to target specific areas. During your consultation, the doctor will explain how your particular device will work.
Since no one laser can treat all conditions, we have a variety of lasers on-site allowing our doctors to customize a treatment that meets your goals and need.
We offer the following FDA approved Laser or light treatments:
A doctor who has extensive laser and cosmetic training performs treatments in our office. Compared to surgical alternatives, these treatments have a quick recovery time that will allow you to return to your daily activities almost immediately. Since laser treatments stimulate collagen to rejuvenate your skin, the results are seen over following months.
Your treatment plan is customized to meet your specific goals and needs. For this reason, a face to face consultation is required. This allows your cosmetic dermatologist (skin doctor who helps improve a patient’s physical appearance) to develop the best possible treatment plan for you. During the consultation, the doctor will:
Address your concerns and develop a personalized treatment plan
A consultation is required and there is a fee for the consultation.
No. Elective laser skin treatments are not covered by health plans. If you have questions about your coverage, please check with your health insurance provider.
Our board-certified dermatologists have extensive laser and cosmetic training and offer the latest non-surgical cosmetic treatments to help you look and feel your best.