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The Smoothbeam 1450 nm diode laser is the first device specifically designed to target the root cause of acne, the sebaceous gland. It provides the perfect balance of controlled cooling of the epidermis with precise heating of the upper dermis. And for those seeking smoother skin, Smoothbeam safely improves acne scars and softens fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
Smoothbeam delivers satisfaction for patients alike. And with Smoothbeam’s proven record for safety and efficacy, it offers confidence that keeps you coming back for more.
Smoothbeam meets both demands with a powerful combination of heating and cooling that minimizes discomfort while maximizing results.
Smoothbeam remodels collagen to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and acne scars. By penetrating the upper layers only, Smoothbeam stimulates new collagen deposition and targets photodamage where it is most prevalent.
Smoothbeam offers a non-invasive option for treating this commonly diagnosed skin condition, commonly found in middle-aged and older adults. Unlike conventional treatments that require shaving, excising, or ablation, Smoothbeam is quick and simple, and results in minimal patient downtime.
Frankly, most acne treatments miss the target. Many are messy, complicated, or accompanied by potentially serious side effects, resulting in poor patient compliance and dissatisfied patients. Smoothbeam is the one medical device that delivers powerful photothermal energy to target the root cause of acne—sebaceous hyperplasia.
To Alter The Sebaceous Glands Unlike other “light” therapies that temporarily kill bacteria, Smoothbeam applies photo-thermal energy directly to where acne begins—the sebaceous glands. Smoothbeam employs a combination of laser light at 1450 nm and cryogen spray cooling to heat the dermis, sebaceous glands, and associated structures within the dermis—without damaging the epidermis. The thermal injury alters the structure of the sebaceous glands, the root cause of acne lesions, resulting in a dramatic and long-term reduction in acne lesions.
Not sure where to start? Give us a call and chat with our patient coordinator Michelle. Call the office at (949) 448-0487 or Request a callback through this online form.