Laser Treatment Omaha NE

Find top doctors who perform Laser Treatment in Omaha, NE. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Omaha, NE.

Local Businesses

James J Regan

(402) 346-8800
4101 Woolworth Ave
Omaha, NE 68105

David R. Finkle

825 North 90Th Street – Finkle Cosmetic Surgery Center
Omaha, NE 68114

Petersen, Rita – Asi

(402) 390-0100
417 Mcmillan Rd
Omaha, NE 68180

Douglas Jan Ramos

(402) 390-6060
9202 W Dodge Rd – Suite 303
Omaha, NE 68114

Self, Michael L – Self Michael L

(402) 559-8363
3600 Jackson Street Ext # 109
Omaha, NE 68180

Cosmetic Surgical Solutions

(402) 390-6060
1501 Kings Hwy
Omaha, NE 68114

Papenfuss, Jason

4242 Farnam St Ste 360
Omaha, NE 68131

Kuhn, Bruce S – Oral Maxillofacial & Facial

(402) 330-8460
312 Grammont St # 300
Omaha, NE 68180

Slagle, Jay – Midwest Eye Care

(402) 552-2020
3311 Prescott Rd # 105
Omaha, NE 68180

Ramon Fusaro

(402) 559-4399
984360 Nebraska Medicl Ctr Dept Int Medicine
Omaha, NE 68198

Finnegan, Mary

7911 W Center Rd
Omaha, NE 68124

Marie E Montag

(402) 390-0100
8900 W Dodge Rd
Omaha, NE 68114

Miller, Jason J – Aesthetic Surgical Images

(402) 390-0100
1200 S Farmerville St
Omaha, NE 68180

Kuhn Bruce S Dds

220 North 89Th Street
Omaha, NE 68114

Dr.John Edney

(402) 390-0100
8900 West Dodge Road
Omaha, NE 68114

Richard Crotty

(402) 391-1336
7822 Davenport St
Omaha, NE 68144

Hollins, Ronald R – Nebraska Health System

(402) 559-8363
903 N 2Nd St
Omaha, NE 68180

Rita Coleen Stice

17030 Lakeside Hills Plz Ste 214
Omaha, NE 68130

Hollins, Ronald Ray – Hollins Ronald Ray

(402) 559-8363
410 Wood Street
Omaha, NE 68180

Baccari, M Edward – Hair Transplant Ctr

(402) 390-6060
8600 Fern Avenue
Omaha, NE 68180

Laser Treatment FAQ in Omaha, NE

What part of laser hurts the most?

The upper lip is easily the most painful area, since the skin here is thinner than anywhere else on your face. “It feels like a rubber band snap, very quick but very snappy,” explains Elizabeth Tanzi, M.D., dermatologist and founder of Capital Laser & Skin Care.

How do I stop my pubic hair from growing permanently?

Laser hair removal or electrolysis Laser hair removal and electrolysis are both considered “permanent” methods to denude pubes: both eliminate hair follicles so hair doesn’t grow back.

Will I notice a difference after 1 laser treatment?

Indeed, even after your first laser hair removal session, you will see results. Unwanted body hair will start shedding after your first session and you will see the difference. Laser hair removal is superior to other hair removal methods in many ways.

Do laser treatment is painful?

“Most of the lasers have a cool tip. There are also vacuum assisted high speed lasers that do not cause any pain, with the patient only feeling their skin getting pulled. In other words, it is fast and painless. If someone is sensitive, topical anesthesia can be given to them in the form of numbing creams.

Which laser is most harmful?

Class 4 is the highest and most dangerous class of laser, including all lasers that exceed the Class 3B AEL. By definition, a class 4 laser can burn the skin, or cause devastating and permanent eye damage as a result of direct, diffuse or indirect beam viewing.

What are the disadvantages of skin laser treatment?

Burns or other injuries from the laser’s heat. Scarring. Changes in the skin’s pigmentation, including areas of darker or lighter skin. Reactivating herpes cold sores. Bacterial infection.

Are laser levels expensive?

The most common type of laser level is the Huepar Box-1G, an affordable model that can be bought for under $100. More expensive laser levels, such as the Topcon RL-H5A, are available for higher prices and are generally more accurate and reliable.

Why shouldnt you shower after laser?

Heat – Laser hair removal will make your skin sensitive so it’s best to avoid extreme heat, including hot showers and baths as well as steam rooms and swimming pools (which also contain chlorine which can aggravate the skin), for at least 48 hours after the process.

What is laser therapy used for?

Laser treatment uses an intense, narrow beam of light to remove or destroy abnormal tissue. It is often used to treat precancers on the surface of the body, such as actinic keratosis, and may be used to treat some types of skin cancer.

What should I avoid after laser treatment?

After the procedure, the skin will be sensitive and might feel somewhat irritated. Avoid any irritants that could harm your skin. Do not use active ingredients like alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids, or retinol. Also, avoid direct sunlight or UV rays while your skin is healing.

Does laser remove 100% hair?

Although the procedure is often touted as a form of “permanent” hair removal, laser treatment only reduces the number of unwanted hairs in a given area. It doesn’t get rid of unwanted hairs completely.

Does laser hair have side effects?

Rarely, laser hair removal can cause blistering, crusting, scarring or other changes in skin texture. Other rare side effects include graying of treated hair or excessive hair growth around treated areas, particularly on darker skin.

How long do results from laser last?

On average, most patients get to enjoy silky-smooth skin that lasts for anywhere between three and five years after undergoing laser therapy. Many patients maintain treatments by returning every so often for a touch-up or supplementary skin treatment.

What can I expect after my first laser treatment?

Week 1: 1st Treatment The heat from the laser either weakens or completely destroys the hair follicle. Immediately after, the skin may be red and swollen – clients can experience a ‘sun-burn sensation’ this is normal and will subside after a few hours.