Laser Resurfacing in King of Prussia & Exton, PA

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From Nano to Full Depth options, our Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing caters to various skin concerns, offering a customized approach to skin renewal.

CO2 Laser Resurfacing to Illuminate Your Look

Laser resurfacing improves and removes fine lines, wrinkles, scars, brown spots, and more. It is a revolutionary treatment using a laser to resurface the skin and peel away the appearance of skin imperfections. It targets the water in each cell to effectively vaporize the skin cell. Over a broad area, this allows a physician to remove the unwanted wrinkles and blemishes and tighten skin throughout the entire face, including the eyes, neck, and decollete. Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing uses intense light pulses to quickly remove thin layers of skin. We have different levels of CO2 Laser Resurfacing, from Nano to Full Depth. Because of the strength of the laser, it can only be used for Fitzpatrick Skin Types 1-3 in most cases.

Laser Resurfacing Benefits & Candidacy

CO2 laser resurfacing offers numerous benefits for patients at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine. This innovative procedure can address various skin concerns, such as fine lines, wrinkles, scars, uneven pigmentation, and textural irregularities. Ideal candidates for CO2 laser resurfacing are individuals looking to rejuvenate their skin and are in good overall health. This treatment is particularly suitable for those with signs of aging, sun damage, or specific skin imperfections. It provides a versatile solution for achieving smoother, more youthful skin by promoting collagen production and accelerating natural healing processes, leaving patients with a revitalized and radiant complexion.


Before & After

Laser Resurfacing Procedure & Recovery

The CO2 laser resurfacing procedure at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine is a powerful, advanced treatment designed to rejuvenate skin. During the process, a high-intensity CO2 laser is used to remove damaged skin layers and stimulate collagen production, effectively reducing the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, scars, and other skin imperfections. It’s a minimally invasive treatment, and our skilled team ensures your comfort through local anesthesia or numbing cream application.
After the CO2 laser resurfacing, you may experience some redness, swelling, and a sunburn-like sensation. These side effects are temporary and usually subside within a week. A dedicated post-treatment skincare routine is recommended, including applying specialized ointments and sun avoidance. Over the following weeks and months, your skin will continue to improve, becoming smoother, more youthful, and healthier. Most patients can return to their regular activities within 1 to 2 weeks. The CO2 laser resurfacing procedure delivers effective results and enhances your confidence and overall well-being by revitalizing your skin.

Why Choose Gambhir
for Your CO2 Laser Resurfacing

The CO2 laser resurfacing specialists at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine are renowned for their expertise, making us the trusted choice for achieving radiant, youthful skin. We’re dedicated to delivering results beyond expectations, helping you reveal your inner beauty with a refreshed and revitalized appearance. At Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine, our commitment to excellence in CO2 laser resurfacing is a testament to our dedication to providing personalized care and the latest advanced treatments.

Laser Resurfacing

Frequently Asked Questions

Does CO2 Laser Resurfacing Hurt?

Most patients describe a 3/10 level of pain during the procedure. Topical anesthetic, injection anesthetic, and oral sedation are all available to minimize discomfort. When using oral sedation, a driver is required.
Your skin will appear red immediately after treatment. Redness will subside depending on treatment intensity. Patients are asked to stay completely out of sunlight during the appropriate healing time for their procedure.
The number of treatments varies with the depth of the laser. You can always consult with the doctor to see when they would recommend your subsequent treatment.
We offer Nitronox Oxide, aka Nitronox, for pain management for short and minimally invasive procedures. This add-on will need to be scheduled before your appointment. For more information, please visit