Juliet Cool Fractional Laser Near Me In Nashville

Reduce Wrinkles, Improve Complexion, Get Rid of Discoloration

Another laser in our arsenal that can be used to treat fine-lines, wrinkles, pigmented lesions, scars, and other skin issues

Before & Afters for Juliet Cool Fractional Laser

Another laser in our arsenal that can be used to treat fine-lines, wrinkles, pigmented lesions, scars, and other skin issues

What is Juliet Cool Fractional Laser?

The Juliet Cool Fractional laser is a powerful cosmetic laser used to remove damaged and dead skin cells. The procedure is simple and takes 30 minutes. Safe, non surgical and non invasive. The laser targets and treats only damaged areas.

Two treatment options are available depending on the level of skin damage.

  1. Light facial feel, a procedure suitable for minor skin damage. The top layer of skin are removed.
  2. Ablation facial, is a procedure suitable for more extensive skin damage and the treatment applied, goes much deeper. The process promotes vascular flow and collagen deep within the layers of the skin.

Both treatments promote the natural process of cell restoration. The new layer of skin which emerges, is smoother and more vibrant.  

What Are The Benefits of Juliet Cool Fractional Lasers?

It is non-invasive, and unlike most beauty laser treatments, the Juliet laser has a ‘cool’ setting, which delivers micro pulses instead of a sustained beam, resulting in far less heat and pain. Most patients suffer no discomfort, whereas others may feel small hot pinches. To give you an idea, the Juliet laser treatment is gentle enough to be used in the sensitive areas surrounding your eyes. The results are improved skin color and texture, improved elasticity, reduced wrinkles and removal of fine lines. The prominence of scars and moles can also be reduced.

Who Is A Good Candidate for Juliet Cool Fractional Laser?

If you are looking for immediate results then this treatment is not for you. The results of your laser treatment will not be immediate. Your skin will need to be protected while it is healing and new, healthy cells are growing. There is a recovery period following the treatment. There could be redness and/or swelling, for up to 36 hours following the treatment, this varies from person to person. The top layers of skin will then begin to flake off, this can take up to four or five days, uncovering the new and revitalized skin below it. The new skin may appear and remain pink for up to two weeks. 

Come in for a consultation to find out what your best options are, depending on your skin’s condition and what results you are looking for. 

What is The Juliet Cool Fractional Laser and How Can It Improve My Skin?

You can read more about it here and here.

How Do I  Choose A Hair Restoration Clinic?

There are certain factors that should be taken into consideration when picking a hair restoration clinic. It is good practice to research the clinic beforehand.

  • Technology being used by the clinic
  • Doctor’s Credentials and reputation
  • Doctor’s Experience
  • Clinic’s staff professionalism

What Is The Difference Between Hair Restoration and Hair Transplant?

A hair transplant involves taking hair from one part of the scalp and transplanting it to the thinning or balding area. Hair plugs, now outdated, was the original method of removing large sections of hair at once and transplanting. 

New Transplant procedures, referred to as hair restoration, involve the harvesting of single hair follicles which gives far more natural results. This particular method is known as Follicular Unit Extraction 

What Are The Different Hair Transplant Procedures Available?

  • Follicular Unit Extraction
  • Strip Method also known as Follicular Unit Transplant
  • NeoGraft (a minimally invasive FUE technique)

What Non Surgical Hair Restoration Procedures Are Available?

Which Is The Best Non Surgical Hair Restoration Procedure?

The most effective non-surgical  procedure for hair restoration is PRP Injection Therapy. Platelet-Rich Plasma, also known as PRP. PRP is made from the platelets in a patient’s own blood that are reinjected into the scalp, to stimulate hair follicles and promote new hair growth.