The world's first hybrid fractional laser is available on the Sciton JOULE laser system with the Halo application at Commonwealth Facial Plastic Surgery in Richmond. Using both a 1470 and 2940 nm laser for either ablative or non-ablative treatments, the Halo application adapts to the laser skin resurfacing needs of the patient. Whether patients visit with minor damage and the desire to refresh their skin or they want to undo years of environmental damages to the complexion from sun exposure and smoking, Dr. Matthew Bridges and his team will create a unique Halo treatment plan. Some of the most common skin blemishes and concerns corrected by the Halo application are:
- Fine lines
- Enlarged pores
- Rough skin texture
- *Scars (*only with full face resurfacing revision, results may vary)
- Uneven skin tone
Sciton® Halo™ Reviews
"Halo+Zo+Angelina= beautiful skin! - I have been seeing Angelina for the past year and a half and I have the best skin of my life! She truly is my “skin coach”! Her knowledge of the Zo skin care products and all of the treatments that she offers is bar none. I completely and totally trust Angelina and because of her my skin is glowing! I have had two Halo procedures which have improved the quality of my skin dramatically. Goo..."- H. / RealSelf / Mar 19, 2019
"Sun Spots on Forehead - Great, Angelina Zega did a great job in lasering my sun spots on my forehead. She is very knowledgeable and was good at taking care of my problem. I had 2 procedures of laser treatment each one took about a week to heal. It cleared up my sun spots on my forehead. I would highly recommend her if you have a simliar problem."- B. / RealSelf / Aug 23, 2018
Halo laser treatments are performed in our office as an outpatient procedure with the patient under no or local anesthesia. The patient’s eye will be protected as the laser wand is passed over the face, neck, chest, and/or hands. After the treatment, a protective ointment will be applied to the skin before the patient leaves to recover at home.
What to Expect
Patients may see redness and peeling for 1 – 2 weeks after their treatment as the skin forms a scab and begins to heal. In 2 – 8 weeks after the procedure, the patient should be able to wear makeup to camouflage their skin. Patients should use sun protection at all times after their treatment and limit direct sun exposure as much as possible. Patients should talk to a team member about when to schedule touch-up appointments and creating a good home skin care routine.