Laser Hair Removal Toronto
Laser Hair Removal is a procedure that halts the growth of hair for a long term solution to the problem of stubborn hair that won’t go away no matter how many times you visit the spa, shave, or pluck.
The doctors at Baywood Laser Clinic are happy to assist you in answering any questions you may have, and will work with you one-on-one, throughout the entire process, at our downtown Toronto medical office.
Call the Baywood Clinic today at 416-515-0007, to schedule a consultation with one of our board certified physicians, and discover just how easy it can be to live a hair-free life.
Thinking of laser hair removal in Toronto? Why go to a non-medical spa where you never even meet a physician?
The Board Certified Laser Physicians at the Baywood Clinic are Toronto’s experts at Laser Hair removal. We personally perform thousands of treatments each year, using the latest, most powerful medical-grade lasers.
We have vast experience with all types of skin, and can help you say “goodbye” to the razors, tweezers and wax, once and for all.
Frequently Asked Questions
What precautions should be taken before and after laser hair removal treatment
Avoid the sun 4-6 weeks before and after treatment or until your doctors confirms that it is safe to do.. You must avoid electrolysis, plucking or waxing hair for 6 weeks prior to treatment.
How many treatments will I need?
Hair grows in cycles. The number of treatments required depends upon your skin color and coarseness of the hair. Laser hair removal requires multiple treatments, and success depends on body area, color of hair, and thickness, as well as skin type. No one can clear white, grey or blonde hair. On average most patients are happy with 5 to 7 treatment sessions. No one can or should guarantee complete perfection. Our experience and quality lasers do ensure you get the best possible result.
What will I look for after treatment?
Within several minutes of the treatment, the treated area may become slightly red and puffy. This reaction subsides, and within a few hours the area returns to normal. Very rarely there might be some temporary darkening of the skin, which is treated with bleaching creams, or small blisters that resolve over a few days.