Contour TRL

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What Is Contour TRL?

Contour TRL, short for Contour Tunable Resurfacing Laser, is a cutting-edge skin rejuvenation technique. This procedure uses a high-precision laser to target specific layers of the skin, addressing concerns like wrinkles, scars, and uneven texture. Unlike traditional lasers, Contour TRL offers customizable ablative depth and thermal coagulation depth, which can be adjusted across different pulses throughout the treatment. By precisely targeting damaged skin while stimulating collagen production, Contour TRL achieves remarkable results.

Contour TRL Treats…

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Acne scars
  • Sun damage and age spots
  • Uneven skin tone and texture
  • Enlarged pores
  • Stretch marks
  • Skin laxity and sagging
  • Surgical scars
  • Skin pigmentation issues

How Does Contour TRL Work?

Contour TRL utilizes a high-precision laser emitting targeted pulses of light energy. These pulses are absorbed by the water and chromophores in the skin, causing controlled thermal damage to the epidermis and dermis. This prompts the skin’s natural healing response, stimulating collagen production and promoting the growth of new, healthy skin cells.

The customizable settings of Contour TRL allow for precise control over the depth of treatment, ensuring optimal results tailored to each patient’s unique skin concerns.


  • Customizable treatment depths
  • Emulates any ablative or non-ablative laser on the market
  • Precision targeting for specific skin concerns
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Minimizes downtime
  • Addresses wrinkles, scars, sun damage, and pigmentation issues
  • Promotes overall skin rejuvenation
  • Tailored solutions for individual needs


  • Cleanse your skin thoroughly before the procedure.
  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for at least two weeks prior.
  • Inform your doctor about any medications or supplements you’re taking.
  • Follow any specific pre-treatment instructions provided by your healthcare provider.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to your appointment.


During the treatment, you’ll be given protective eyewear to shield your eyes. Your skin will be cleansed, and a numbing cream may be applied to reduce discomfort. The laser will be directed over the treatment area, emitting controlled pulses of light. You may feel a warm sensation or mild tingling during the procedure. The duration will depend on the size and severity of the area being treated. Afterward, a soothing ointment will be applied to facilitate healing.


Following Contour TRL treatment, you may experience redness, swelling, and a sensation akin to a sunburn, typically subsiding within a few days. Your skin may also peel or flake as it undergoes rejuvenation. These side effects are temporary and can be managed with skincare products and cold compresses. Downtime is minimal, with most individuals returning to their regular activities within a week. It’s crucial to avoid sun exposure to ensure a smooth recovery.

Recovery Guidelines

  • Apply prescribed skincare products as directed by your healthcare provider.
  • Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water and using moisturizers.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure and wear sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher.
  • Gently cleanse your skin with mild cleansers and avoid harsh skincare products.
  • Use cold compresses to alleviate any discomfort or swelling.
  • Avoid picking or scratching at any flaking or peeling skin.
  • Follow up with your provider for any concerns or questions during the recovery period.


You’ll begin to notice improvements in your skin’s texture and appearance within a few weeks following the Contour TRL treatment as collagen production increases and the skin undergoes rejuvenation. Optimal results manifest within three to six months, with continued improvement over time. While individual experiences may vary, the results of Contour TRL can last for several years with proper skincare maintenance and sun protection. Maintenance treatments may be recommended to maintain the effects and address any new concerns that arise.

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