Activate Cellular Repair

LED light therapy applies specific light energy wavelengths directly to the tissues using a painless, non-invasive device safe for all skin types. The process accelerates the repair of compromised tissues and improves cellular function, resulting in an improved appearance of the skin. At MG Plastic Surgery, we treat men and women in our Scottsdale office, enhancing their complexions and boosting their self-confidence.

What Can LED Light Therapy Treat?

LED light therapy is a gentle but powerful aesthetic treatment used for many types of skin conditions, including the following:

  • Acne (mild to moderately clogged pores)
  • Eczema (itchy atopic dermatitis)
  • Psoriasis (itchy, scaly patches of red skin)
  • Hair loss
  • Actinic Keratosis (scaly, rough, damaged skin)
  • Sun damage
  • Rosacea (noticeable blood vessels or flushed skin)
  • Wounds
  • Scarring
  • Vitiligo (patches with loss of pigmentation)
  • Cold sores (blisters from herpes simplex virus)
  • Wrinkles and fine lines

How Does It Work?

LED light therapy utilizes various wavelengths corresponding to distinct visible colors. Each corresponding color penetrates at a different depth, with varying healing capabilities for your skin. During your treatment, one of our specialists will assess your skin and combine light colors to address your specific issue.

Blue Light

Blue LED light therapy penetrates the outermost layer of skin to destroy acne-causing bacteria and heal sun damage, improving the skin's texture.

Red Light

Red LED light therapy penetrates deeper to reduce inflammation, wrinkles, and scars by stimulating collagen production and revitalizing the skin.

Yellow Light

Yellow LED light therapy penetrates deeper layers to reduce pigmentation and improve the appearance of age spots, redness, sun damage, and rosacea.

Near-Infrared Light

Unseeable to the human eye, near-infrared LED light therapy penetrates the deepest dermal layers to promote deep wound healing.

Before Treatment

Before your treatment, you must clean your skin using a gentle cleanser and pay it dry so it is makeup-free. During the week prior to your treatment, it is essential to avoid irritating your skin by waxing or shaving. Your practitioner will give you goggles to wear to protect your eyes during the light therapy treatment.

After Treatment

The entire procedure usually takes around 15 to 30 minutes unless you have a larger area of the body treated. Because the treatment is gentle and non-invasive, there is no required downtime after the LED light therapy session. Patients can typically resume their regular skincare routine and daily activities immediately after.

Revitalize Your Skin with LED Light Therapy

LED light therapy is an effective treatment to improve the appearance of your skin. Some conditions, like cold sores, can see results after only a few treatments. Other skin conditions may require weeks of regular treatments to see notable improvements. During your consultation, we will give you an assessment of how many treatments you may need to see results. With patience and consistency, this gentle, low-risk treatment can do wonders for your complexion.

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I have had a few procedures done, bags under my eyes; I also had sunspots treated, I’ve never done anything like this before. I was actually pretty nervous, but I have been amazed. They are very professional. They explain everything thoroughly, what you’re going to feel while they’re doing the procedures... My opinion is they are the very best!

Cindy Edwards

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