All About Clearlift: The “Lunchtime Laser”
- Posted on: Mar 13 2019
There’s a new laser in town, and it packs a serious punch when it comes to treating sagging necks, crow’s feet and most other signs of aging – without surgery or down-time. The new no-pain, non-ablative, non-invasive, no-downtime procedure is called the ClearLift.
It’s been featured on “The View,” and the “Dr. Oz Show,” and has been billed as the “lunchtime laser,” because it’s said to remove years from your face in under 30 minutes.
“This laser is a great treatment option because it works below the skin at the middle layer where collagen exists to create a controlled dermal wound without harming the top layer of the skin, so skin heals quicker and with more protection by leaving top layer intact,” said NDDA’s Dr. Mary Hurley.
That same process also allows doctors to use ClearLift to target areas that are often too sensitive for traditional ablative lasers – such as the delicate skin around the eyes, neck, mouth and chest. It’s even been billed as a Botox alternative for people who have medical concerns that might prevent them from using injectables.
Because it works beneath the skin’s surface, it’s a great treatment for broken blood vessels, uneven skin, pigmentation, fine lines, redness and dullness. But the best benefit is that it stimulates collagen production, helping to tighten and lift sagging skin.
Considering that fine lines and uneven skin tone are two of the biggest factors that can make someone look older, the ClearLift might be a great option for addressing several anti-aging concerns in one treatment.
NDDA is now offering consultations and appointments for the ClearLift. Call us to reserve your spot.
What to know . . .
- A Fast Treatment Time – no topical numbing is required, and treatments can take as little as 20 minutes.
- Virtually Painless Treatment – patients report a comfortable, skin resurfacing experience.
- No Downtime – after a ClearLift treatment, patients can immediately return to their daily life.
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