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MICROLASERING IN FARGO

Microlasering is a light facial resurfacing treatment that we offer at Bergstrom Aesthetics in Fargo for patients looking for immediate, lasting results with minimal discomfort, and little time off.

The microlasering treatment is intended to eliminate age spots, blemishes, fine lines and minimize acne scars. Laser energy intensely stimulates new collagen growth, leaving your skin tighter, healthier and younger looking. 

Each microlasering treatment is followed by medical grade restorative skincare products that deeply penetrate the skin for a full face rejuvenation.

MICROLASERING OPTIONS

OPUS PLASMA

The Opus Plasma has three settings: light, moderate, and aggressive. The microlasering treatment implements the light setting.

 

The purpose of Opus Plasma® is to cause controlled damage to the skin with tiny injuries, kickstarting  a wound-healing response which gradually improving the general quality of the skin.

 

Since the treatment targets only a fraction of the skin at a time—it opens tiny channels surrounded by unharmed, healthy tissue—there is less damage to other tissues with Opus Plasma®, which means it takes a shorter time to heal.

Skin Conditions: 

  • Fine Lines and wrinkles

  • Skin laxity

  • Uneven tone

  • Unwanted pigmentation

  • Stretch marks

  • Acne scars

  • Droopy eyelids

ERBIUM SKIN RESURFACING

Erbium lasers are typically offered for more aggressive ablative treatments, however, at Bergstrom Aesthetics we can perform a microlaser treatment by utilizing the non-ablative setting.  

 

Erbium microlasering is a popular option for treating fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity, and age spots for mild cases of skin damage. More severe skin issues would opt for an aggressive Erbium total skin resurfacing treatment. 

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DYSPORT & BOTOX

Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with Dysport or Botox. 

Machine cosmetology

LASER HAIR REMOVAL

Permanently reduce unwanted hair with laser hair removal in Fargo, North Dakota.