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FAQ

What are the advantages of the LightPod Neo Laser?
The LightPod Neo is unique in the field of aesthetic medicine. It delivers energy to the skin using a safe energy pulse, virtually eliminating pain while providing the best clinical results with even the darkest skin tones.

Are the procedures painful?
Most of those who have tried other laser report that the Neo is much gentler and more pleasant. You should feel just a mild heat sensation on the skin. A slight redness of the skin, if it occurs at all, will typically fade within a few hours.

Can the laser treat sensitive areas?
Absolutely! In addition to the Neo’s gentle energy pulse, the handpiece doesn’t contact the skin and there are no gels or sprays – aspects of other lasers that are messy and unsanitary. Private areas of the body, or areas difficult to access such as unwanted hair in ears and nostrils, can now be treated with this equipment.

Is the laser safe for all skin types?
While the laser can be used for various skin types, outcomes may vary depending upon skin condition and various other factors. We will review your skin characteristics and determine the most appropriate treatment for you.

What preparations should I make?
Ask our skilled members for guidance in preparing yourself for specific treatments. After each treatment, avoid direct sun exposure and use sun block. For best treatment results, it is important to follow the instructions and directions provided by our skilled staff. Download the “Before Your Treatment” document in the Downloads section for further instructions.

How long does laser treatment take?
Most facial treatments are brief, such as 20 minutes or less. Most applications require a series of treatments, such as a treatment each month until 3-6 have been completed.

What are the contraindications?

  • Those who have healed poorly after other types of laser treatments.
  • Those who are prone to skin discoloration.
  • Patients using photosensitizing medication such as Accutane, tetracycline, or Retin-A.
  • Pregnant women.
  • Patients who are tanned should wait for the tan to fade for best results.
  • Herpes Simplex Virus can be activated by laser.

Are the treatments covered by insurance?
If your skin has a recognized medical condition, it may be possible that insurance coverage will apply. Insurance generally doesn’t cover elective cosmetic treatments; they are normally paid by the patient.


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