LamProbe FAQs


 

What is the LamProbe?

The LamProbe is a high-tech instrument, used to effectively eliminate any number of skin irregularities on the face or body. Most commonly, the LamProbe is used to improve the look of age spots, cherry angiomas, Milia, and skin tags.

What Areas Can Benefit from the LamProbe?

The LamProbe can be used to treat spots on the face, neck, torso, arms, and legs.

How Does the LamProbe Work?

The LamProbe is a hand-held device, which is gently placed over the targeted treatment area. A three to five-second pulse of high-intensity radio frequency is emitted, delivering heat to the layers skin. By drawing in and then vaporizing the moisture within the targeted cells, the skin irregularity will quickly slough off and fade away.

How Long Does a LamProbe Treatment Take?

Most LamProbe treatments will take less than half an hour from start to finish.

Am I a Good Candidate for the LamProbe?

Both men and women can experience excellent results from the LamProbe session. Patients with minor, benign skin growths, and in overall good health, can make an excellent candidate for the procedure.

Is a LamProbe Session Painful?

No, a LamProbe treatment is not painful, although patients report a very fast pinching sensation in the treatment area.

Will Anesthesia Be Used During My Treatment?

No anesthesia is required during the LamProbe treatment.

What Can I Expect from the LamProbe Recovery?

There is no downtime associated with a LamProbe session; patients are able to immediately return to their normal activities. Minor redness may initially appear at the treatment site. This should resolve in two to three days.

Does the LamProbe Cause Scarring?

Generally, since the LamProbe encourages a natural sloughing of dead skin cells, so no visible scarring will result.

When Can I Return to Work After a LamProbe Treatment?

Patients are free to return to work or school immediately after their LamProbe treatment.

Are the Results from the LamProbe Long Lasting?

Benefits from a LamProbe treatment are usually permanent, although new skin growths may continue to appear.

What are the Possible Risks of the LamProbe?

As the LamProbe is noninvasive and completely safe for the skin, making the procedure virtually risk free.