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Laser Resurfacing

Trusted Laser Resurfacing Treatment in Toronto & Newmarket

Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket offer laser resurfacing that helps you look more youthful by reducing skin irregularities. Redwood Medi Spa’s laser resurfacing entails comprehensive laser resurfacing. This beauty technique can be used on the face, neck, chest, or other areas of the body. When traditional facials just don’t do the trick, laser resurfacing may help.

Redwood Medi Spa’s laser resurfacing in Toronto & Newmarket can treat some of the skin conditions such as:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Surgical scars
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Sun damage
  • Uneven pigmentation

Laser resurfacing at Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket increases the volume and firmness of skin, leaving it looking fuller and younger even after just one treatment. It can help tone skin, reducing the visibility of scars and pigmentation.

Looking for Laser Resurfacing in Toronto or Newmarket? Learn how Laser Resurfacing Works!

The process of laser resurfacing works by directing short concentrated beams of light at the skin. With deft precision, technicians at Redwood Medi Spa perform laser resurfacing in Toronto & Newmarket to remove irregular skin cells layer by layer at the surface level. Here are three types of skin resurfacing treatments offered at Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket:

  • Fractora - It is a fractional skin resurfacing and subdermal tissue coagulation device, which bridges the gap between fractional lasers and surgical procedures. It is used on active cystic acne and scars.
  • Microneedling - Also known as collagen induction therapy (CIT), is an automated microneedling procedure which uses tiny micro-point needles to press against the skin while simultaneously gliding, thus creating thousands of tiny holes in the top layer of the skin. This is done to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer and toned skin. Microneedling is mostly used on the face and to treat various scars, wrinkles and enlarged pores.
  • PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma therapy rejuvenates the skin by infusing your own blood plasma under your dermis. This is done to stimulate cell growth and collagen production. It improves complexion and texture, and restores lost facial volume.

Who Is a Good Candidate in Toronto or Newmarket for Laser Resurfacing at Redwood Medi Spa?

Laser resurfacing at Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket is a good choice for those seeking to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, or forehead as well as those who have shallow scars left behind by acne or surgery. Individuals with very severe acne or very dark skin may not see the results they want from laser resurfacing. Furthermore, laser resurfacing is not recommended for stretch marks. No matter what you want to use laser resurfacing for, be sure to talk to a doctor about whether or not it’s right for you.

What to Expect from Redwood Medi Spa’s Laser Resurfacing in Toronto & Newmarket?

The entire procedure is handled as an outpatient appointment. If you only plan on having small areas treated, then a local anesthetic may be used. If you are having your whole face treated, general anesthesia will be administered. It takes about 30 to 45 minutes to treat a specific area of the face while it may take up to 2 full hours if you are having your whole face treated by laser resurfacing.


Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket will provide aftercare instructions for how to handle the treated area at home. Essentially, the treated area will be bandaged and you will be allowed to clean it after 24 hours. It is recommended that you clean the area several times a day and apply ointment to keep the area from scabbing. In general, healing time can take anywhere from 10 to 21 days. Swelling will occur.

Preparing for Laser Resurfacing at Redwood Medi Spa in Toronto & Newmarket: There Are a Few Things to Take Care of Before Getting Laser Resurfacing:

  1. Visit your doctor and get an opinion from either a plastic surgeon or dermatologist about whether or not you are a good candidate for laser resurfacing.
  2. Make sure to keep track of any cold sores or fever blisters you get in your mouth because laser skin resurfacing can trigger breakouts.
  3. Avoid taking medicines or supplements that can cause blood clotting like aspirin or ibuprofen or vitamin E. It’s recommended that you stay off these medications for 10 days before you get laser resurfacing.
  4. For smokers, stop smoking for two weeks before and after the procedure as smoking can prolong the healing process.
  5. Lastly, see if you should be prescribed any antibiotics before the procedure to deter bacterial infections. Antiviral medication can help prevent cold sores and fever blisters.


Visit Redwood Medi Spa for Laser Resurfacing in Toronto & Newmarket. Book your appointment today.

Wrinkle Treatment

Wrinkle Treatment FAQ’s:

How does it work?

With a unique combination of leading-edge technologies, our light-based treatments target all three layers of photodamaged tissue, epidermal pigment, mid-dermal wrinkles, and deep-dermal laxity. Then the body’s natural healing process sweeps away older, damaged tissue and rebuilds it with fresh, new collagen and elastin—the crucial building blocks of youthful looking skin.

Am I a good candidate for this procedure?

If you have fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes, mouth, or any area of your body including face, hands, and arms you may be a good candidate for the PicoSure treatment.


How long does it take?

The procedure can be performed in as little as 15 minutes or less, depending on the size of the treatment area.

What does the treatment feel like?

Your treatment provider may offer ways to make this a comfortable experience. Since everyone is different, and this depends on the level of treatment needed, it is best to discuss all of your options with your laser treatment provider.

How many treatments will I need?

A series of 3-4 treatments is recommended. Treatment intervals are 2-4 weeks but can be up to 8 weeks for darker skin types. Each patient is unique and will be evaluated prior to treatment.

How quickly will I recover?

Side effects include temporary redness and swelling at the treatment site that typically resolves in less than an hour but in some cases may linger for up to 24 hours.

Are there any side effects?

Adverse effects can include hypopigmentation, hyperpigmentation, mild erythema and edema, and possible scarring and infection. By following your practitioner’s post-treatment care instructions you will significantly decrease the risk of these adverse effects.








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