Our modern and luxurious med spa in Danville offers the versatile Sciton JOULE™ laser and light platform to treat skin concerns ranging from wrinkles, scars, and discoloration to rosacea, age spots, and acne. Halo is the first hybrid laser that targets multiple skin layers during a single treatment, creating remarkable results with little downtime. Forever Young BBL uses light energy to gently reverse signs of aging and other complexion issues.
Patients looking for laser skin resurfacing treatments from Walnut Creek to Pleasanton travel to Danville to have Harvard-trained surgeon Dr. Christopher Manios perform their procedures.
Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser Before-and-After Photos
Photos courtesy of Sciton
What Does the Halo Laser Treat?
As the first hybrid laser, Halo’s unique ability to target both the skin’s top layer and the deeper layer, called the dermis, during a single pass provides the patient with a fully customized treatment that addresses multiple concerns. Combining ablative and non-ablative laser wavelengths enables Halo treatments to be aggressive without requiring long healing times. A Halo treatment removes dead skin cells and stimulates the body’s natural healing response, producing new collagen.
Halo is an ideal treatment for patients concerned about:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sun damage
- Acne scars
- Enlarged pores
- Actinic keratoses
Even though ablative laser treatments remove some outer layers of skin, patients experience little discomfort during Halo treatments. Dr. Manios, who personally performs all laser treatments, uses a topical anesthetic to numb the target area. The laser’s unique technology also continually cools the skin during the procedure.
Forever Young BBL Before-and-After Photos
Photos courtesy of Sciton
What Does Forever Young BBL Treat?
Forever Young BBL uses powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) energy to target sun damage and signs of aging, creating a more youthful appearance that looks refreshed and natural. The device’s pulses of intense light gently heat the skin’s upper layers and stimulate the regeneration of skin cells. This gradual process restores the skin’s natural beauty.
Forever Young treats a wide variety of conditions, including
- Freckles and age spots
- Small blood vessels and rosacea
- Aging skin
- Loss of firmness
In addition to treating the face, Forever Young BBL also targets areas of the body where years of sun exposure have caused discoloration and rough texture. These areas include the neck, chest (décolletage), and hands. A Forever Young treatment includes multiple passes over the skin to target blemishes and trouble spots and improve the skin’s overall health and appearance.
What’s the Difference Between Halo and Forever Young BBL?
Halo and BBL Forever Young use different energy sources to treat different conditions. Halo uses dual non-ablative and ablative laser wavelengths and treats smaller areas with precision. Forever Young is a light-based treatment that emits quick bursts of diffuse light that covers larger areas of the skin.
In some cases, Dr. Manios may recommend combining the 2 treatment technologies for more comprehensive results.
How Much Do Halo and Forever Young BBL Treatments Cost in Danville?
The cost of a Halo hybrid fractional laser skin resurfacing treatment depends on the specific conditions the procedure targets. That is also true of Forever Young BBL treatments. During your consultation with Dr. Manios, he will thoroughly examine your skin’s condition and determine the appropriate treatment plan to produce optimal results.
We’ll then provide a detailed price quote that you can review before deciding on the treatment.
Schedule Your Consultation
Women and men who want to improve the appearance of their skin without surgery are great candidates for Halo laser skin resurfacing and Forever Young BBL treatments. You can book an appointment using the online form or call (925) 989-6560 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Manios.