At Colorado Ophthalmology and CosMEDics, we offer the innovative Dermalux Flex MD phototherapy system for LED therapy treatments. This advanced LED light technology can visibly improve skin tone, texture, firmness and luminosity. As a non-invasive treatment, Dermalux Flex MD is gentle, safe and requires no downtime. We provide Dermalux Flex MD phototherapy for patients in Lone Tree, Littleton, Aurora, Aspen and surrounding communities near Denver, Colorado.
What is LED Therapy?
LED therapy is a versatile skincare treatment that can address cosmetic skin concerns, signs of aging, and even skin conditions, like rosacea. At Colorado Ophthalmology and CosMEDics, we use the Dermalux Flex MD device for LED therapy. This is the world’s most powerful LED system that offers clinically-proven light wavelengths for a range of treatment applications:
- Blue Light (415nm) - Helps combat acne-causing bacteria to clear and prevent breakouts.
- Red Light (633nm) - Accelerates cell repair and renewal, reduces redness, lines, wrinkles, psoriasis, and hyperpigmentation.
- Near Infrared Light (830nm) - Reduces inflammation, improves skin hydration and radiance while accelerating repair.
- Red Light + Near Infrared Light - Improves skin texture and smoothness.
What Can LED Therapy Be Used to Treat?
By exposing skin to the therapeutic wavelengths offered by the Dermalux Flex MD device, patients can address the following concerns:
- Signs of aging
- Skin dryness
- Acne and acne scars
- Uneven skin texture
What Areas Can be Treated with an IPL Photofacial?
IPL photofacials are safe for all areas of the face, neck, décolletage and hands. The treatment is gentle enough for delicate skin areas around the eyes, mouth and forehead. It can also be used on other body areas like the chest, arms, legs and back.
What is the LED Therapy Treatment Like with the Dermalux Flex MD?
During a Dermalux Flex MD session, you simply relax in a comfortable position while the technician places the LED panel above the desired treatment area. We’ll provide you with goggles to protect your eyes during the treatment session. As the LED lights activate, you may feel a gentle warming sensation on the skin, but it’s entirely pain-free. Treatments typically take about 30 minutes to complete.
Is There Any Downtime After LED Therapy?
There is no downtime required after LED therapy treatments with the Dermalux Flex MD phototherapy device. Furthermore, there is no risk of irritation or side effects that may be associated with more invasive procedures. After over 3,000 published clinical studies, there have been no reported side effects.
How Many LED Therapy Sessions Will I Need?
We may recommend a different number of treatment sessions for each patient, with the exact number depending on your age and the severity of your skin concerns. Typically, we’ll recommend an initial program of 8 to 12 treatment sessions. We will reevaluate as you progress through treatment to determine if additional treatment sessions are needed. After the initial treatment program, patients can expect results to last for several months. Maintenance treatments are often recommended to help patients prolong and improve their results.
Am I A Good Candidate for LED Therapy?
If you are interested in any of the benefits of LED therapy, you are likely a good candidate for treatment with the Dermalux Flex MD device. It boasts one of the highest safety profiles of any skin care treatment. It cannot damage the skin because it does not generate heat or UV wavelengths. Furthermore, it is clinically proven to be safe for all skin types, even for patients with sensitive skin conditions. However, the best way to determine your candidacy for LED therapy is to schedule a consultation with our team at Colorado Ophthalmology and CosMEDics.
If you’re considering LED therapy, contact us today to schedule your consultation for the Dermalux Flex MD phototherapy treatment at Colorado Ophthalmology and CosMEDics. This versatile LED therapy device offers a range of benefits for all skin types. We are proud to serve the residents of Lone Tree, Littleton, Aurora, Aspen, and the surrounding areas of Colorado.