The Face & Body Place By Dr. Kimberly Finder, M.D.

Spectra Laser

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2019-05-07T05:29:18-07:00

What Is Spectra?

Spectra is a state-of-the-art laser system that’s designed for ultimate facial rejuvenation. The procedure is minimally-invasive and can be customized to treat a variety of aesthetic concerns. Spectra Laser helps fade pigmentation problems, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and minimize deep-set acne scars and enlarged pores. Patients can also improve overall texture and tone with this advanced no-downtime procedure.

Consultations are Now Available

The first step is to schedule an in-person consultation with Dr. Kimberly Finder or one of our trusted providers at The Face and Body Place. Simply fill out the form on this page to request a consultation and we will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation appointment.

Candidates for Spectra Laser Treatments

Skin rejuvenation with Spectra Laser is safe and effective for a variety of skin conditions. Whether you’re battling sun-damaged skin or experiencing mild to moderate aging, Spectra can help. Treatments are quick, easy, and virtually pain-free making them ideal for men and women with busier lifestyles.

Minimally-invasive Spectra laser treatments can:

  • Combat pigmentation problems (including melasma)
  • Smooth fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduce pore size
  • Fade acne scars
  • Improve overall texture and tone

Spectra laser treatments can also be beneficial for patients who are interested in tattoo removal. Speak with Dr. Kimberly Finder to learn more about if Spectra is right for you.

How Does It Work?

Prior to your Spectra laser treatment, a topical charcoal-based solution will be applied. After the specialized solution dries (about 10-15 minutes), the Spectra device will be passed over the entire area 2-4 times to ensure total rejuvenation. Treatments are customized to your individual needs. In most cases, the entire procedure can be done in less than an hour and involves no discomfort.

Spectra uses non-ablative wavelengths to resurface the topmost layers of dead skin cells and debris. The thermal energy causes the skin to contract which promotes new collagen production. Patients can expect faster cellular turnover and long-term results with Spectra laser trea