Tetra CO2 Laser
What is Tetra?
Tetra is a CO2 laser that offers fully-customizable skin resurfacing treatments that eliminate signs of aging such as wrinkles, uneven texture and age spots for dramatically smoother, brighter, younger-looking skin. Dr. Parry is able to tailor your treatment to work with your lifestyle allowing for little downtime while seeing radiant results.
- Fine lines to deep wrinkles
- Uneven pigmentation
- Age spots
- Acne scars
- Sun damage dullness/texture
- Dark undereye-circles
- Skin laxity
How Does the Tetra Work?
The Tetra CO2 laser removes the top layers of damaged skin and stimulates the regeneration of the under layers of healthy skin. Tetra is a CO2 laser with proven technology for treating deeper facial lines, age spots, scarring and textural irregularities. Tetra treatments
cause new collagen to be formed and elastin to be tightened bringing about longer -lasting benefits.
What Makes the Tetra Laser So Special?
The Tetra is among the newest and most advanced CO2 technologies available as it features more operating settings allowing providers to better customize the intensity, depth and shape of the laser energy. This unmatched versatility means treatments are more even and precise, thereby optimizing results while minimizing side effects and unnecessary downtime.
Who is a Candidate for a Tetra Treatment?
With Tetra, your provider can customize your treatment to your skin’s exact needs. The Tetra can deliver either an intense treatment to reverse deeper lines and wrinkles, with a week or two of social downtime, or a lighter CoolPeel laser treatment to refresh the skin, with little to no downtime.
When Will I See Results?
Results and downtime depend on your individual treatment. Dr. Parry will discuss a treatment plan for you to help you achieve your desired results.
Is the Tetra CO2 Laser Painful?
No, with topical numbing or nerve block, most patients find it to be a pleasant experience.
How Many Tetra CO2 Laser Treatments Will I Need?
In most cases, only one treatment is needed. However, in rare cases, a second treatment will be necessary to achieve your desired results.