Laser Hair Removal is so Awesome You'll Wonder What Took You So Long

Imagine getting rid of unwanted body hair without the messy waxes and razors. You can do it — thanks to the options for laser hair removal now offered by Dr. Brandon Fletcher.

The cutting-edge laser system is powerful enough to permanently reduce hair growth on nearly any area of your body, without damaging your skin. As a result, you can enjoy smooth, healthy-looking skin without any downtime.

How laser technology affects hair growth

The laser system Dr. Fletcher uses to address unwanted body hair delivers bursts of light into the hair follicles below the skin. This light is absorbed by the pigments in the follicle, which creates heat that ultimately damage the structure of the follicle.

Once destroyed, the follicle can no longer support healthy hair growth. Initially, you may have some hair growth that’s much lighter and finer than usual. Eventually, the hair stops growing for good, leaving you with smoother, hair-free skin.

Customized treatment plans available

Because hair goes through phases of growth, you will likely need multiple treatment sessions with the laser technology to achieve your desired results.

Only hair in the active phase of growth can be treated with the laser. Additional sessions ensure hair that wasn’t previously active is effectively addressed when it transitions into the growth cycle.

Dr. Fletcher creates customized treatment plans to not only address growth cycles but also to accommodate the color and texture of your hair. He can use laser treatments to remove hair on several areas of your body, including your:

Laser treatments are also safe for more delicate areas of the body, such as the bikini line, reducing hair growth without harming surrounding tissue.

Long-term results

In the weeks after your laser hair removal treatment, hair begins falling out naturally. As the growth cycle of your hair is altered by your laser sessions, you can expect to see results that continue to improve over time.

For many, hair-free results are enjoyed for years after treatment. Down the road, there may be additional hair growth that occurs because of hormonal changes or the effects of aging. However, Dr. Fletcher can safely treat those areas to help you maintain your hair-free results.

Benefits without downtime

One of the biggest benefits of laser hair removal treatments is the convenience it offers for personal maintenance. You no longer have to spend time shaving or waxing away unwanted body hair.

Laser treatments aren’t painful, but you may feel a sensation like the snapping of a rubber band during the procedure. Any discomfort ends after your treatment and you don’t have to worry about shaving nicks or wax burns that increase your risk for scars.

Right after your treatment, you can go right back to your usual activities without any recovery time or side effects. No one will even know you’ve had laser treatments.

Book early

If you’re looking forward to summer days at the beach without having to wax or shave, book your consultation now. As it takes several treatments to achieve optimum results, you want to start your laser sessions early.

To schedule your consultation with Dr. Fletcher, call the office today or book an appointment online.

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