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IPL Danville

Elite MD IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a non-invasive treatment that uses high intensity pulses of visible light to treat a variety of skin conditions, including:

  • Facial lines and wrinkles. When used to provide a more youthful appearance, IPL is referred to as a “photofacial” or “photorejuvenation”.
  • Vascular lesions, including spider angiomas, port wine stains, broken facial veins, rosy cheeks (flushing), and the redness (erythema) of rosacea.
  • Freckles and age spots (lentigines)
  • Hair removal
  • Acne (Mild to moderate)
  • Stretch marks

Elite MD IPL

Elite MD IPL systems produce light with many wavelengths, unlike lasers which produce light of just one wavelength. Filters may be used to refine the emitted light to target specific tissues. The light emitted by the Elite MD IPL is absorbed by pigments in the skin cells and converted to heat, which impacts the targeted tissue. For instance, when used to treat spider veins, IPL targets the red pigment in blood (hemoglobin) which heats up the vein. When used to treat colored spots, the light of the Elite MD IPL heats up the melanin pigment in the lesion.

Elite MD IPL therapy is referred to as a “non-ablativeresurfacing technique because it affects the lower layers of skin (dermis) without damaging the upper layers of skin (epidermis). The results are not as dramatic as ablative resurfacing with lasers, but IPL therapy offers minimal downtime. A person can have a treatment during lunchtime and return to work the same day.

Each treatment session lasts about 20 minutes. 4-6 sessions may be recommended every 3-6 weeks to achieve desired results.

Elite MD IPL treatments are very easy and side effects are minor. Side effects may include:

  • mild pain during treatment (reduced with the used of a coolant on the skin or topical anesthetic). The sensation has been likened to a light pinch or the snap of a rubber band.
  • redness immediately post-procedures
  • mild irritation similar to a sunburn for several days
  • areas that are darker (hyperpigmentation) or lighter (hypopigmentation) than surrounding skin. This is rarely permanent.
  • bruising

Schedule a complimentary consultation with us today at 925-838-4363

Elite MD is proud to now offer 3 locations for our patients. Be sure to check the location of your scheduled appointment.
Division of Medical Dermatology
1320 El Capitan Dr. #450 • Danville, CA 94526
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Division of Cosmetic Dermatology & Laser Institute
360 Rose Ave. • Danville, CA 94526
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Division of Plastic Surgery
350 Rose Ave. • Danville, CA 94526
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