Photorejuvenation is a safe and effective method for reviving the look and feel of your skin. If you are interested in appearing younger and more vibrant, photodynamic therapy could help. Our practice is convenient for residents in and around Boston, MA. Learn how how PDT could work for you.
What is Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)?
Photodynamic therapy, also known as PDT, is a treatment that uses a light-sensitive solution in combination with a special type of light energy (called BLU light) to create a smoother, more even, and glowing complexion. Effective for actinic keratosis, acne, and other skin conditions, PDT is a convenient method for restoring health to the skin.
Useful for the treatment of wrinkles, spots, uneven skin texture and other age-related concerns, photorejuvenation often uses PDT to provide impressive results.
How Much Does Photodynamic Therapy Cost?
The cost of photodynamic therapy is highly dependent upon the individual. Your personalized pricing will be calculated at the time of your consultation.
Our team understands that PDT may not be covered by your insurance. That is why we are proud to accept a wide range of payment options, including financing through CareCredit® and Union Medical Credit.
Am I a Candidate for Photodynamic Therapy?
If you are suffering from discoloration on the skin, uneven skin texture, wrinkles, or other signs of aging, you could be an excellent candidate for PDT.
How is Photodynamic Therapy Performed?
Your photodynamic therapy procedure will be performed in office. During your procedure, the photosensitizing solution is applied to the face and left to sit. Once the solution has rested on the face for the required amount of time, our team will use a specially calibrated light to target the treatment area. This will kill the unwanted, damaged or cancerous cells, while leaving the healthy surrounding skin in tact.
What is Recovery Like After Photodynamic Therapy?
Recovery after your PDT will depend upon your body’s unique healing process. Rest assured that our team will discuss your recovery recommendations during your consultation.
How Long Will My Photodynamic Therapy Results Last?
The results of your photodynamic therapy are designed to be long-lasting. However, your body will continue to age. As it does, you can support a graceful aging process by following a supportive skin care routine, wearing sunscreen, and donning protective clothing for extended periods of sun exposure.
At Regeneris Boston, we know how difficult it can be to feel that aging has taken a toll on your appearance. Fortunately, PDT offers a trusted and efficient way to enhance your natural beauty. To learn more and to schedule your consultation, contact us today.