Pixel Laser Resurfacing

Pixel Laser Resurfacing with Dr. Subbio

Pixel Laser – Unlike traditional ablative lasers which target the entire surface, the Pixel creates microscopic wounds to only a small portion of the treatment area at one time. This advance significantly reduces social downtime and leaves surrounding skin cells intact to serve as a reservoir for rapid healing. Pixel can be used to treat sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, resistant pigmentation, acne scars, roughened texture, and enlarged pores.

But what are his results like?

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“I saw a video by Dr. Subbio on RealSelf, and I met with him twice before my explant surgery. He answered every question I had and gave me his cell number for any questions that may pop into my brain. He didn’t try to push me into getting replacements or a lift, tho he did… Read More »


“Dr. Subbio was very polite and kind. His nurse was just as great. I am so excited for the future relationship I have with his practice. I felt respected and just so excited. I was educated on the pros and cons of breast augmentation, he explained between round and shaped silicone breast augmentation and how… Read More »


“Dr. Subbio and his friendly staff immediately put me at ease. They listened to my concerns and offered filler solutions. Dr. Subbio has exquisite artistic talent and an eye for detail. I am thrilled with my results and will certainly return. The office is very clean and comfortable. I highly recommend Dr. Subbio.”


“My experience with Dr. Subbio was fabulous! As a 52 year old first timer for ANY cosmetic assistance, I was extremely nervous. Dr. Subbio and his staff not only put my mind at ease, but their work is meticulous. What I love the most is the look Dr. Subbio was able to create – softer… Read More »


Pixel Laser Resurfacing FAQs

Duration: 1-2 hours
Intervals: 1-4 treatments every 4-6 weeks

Pixel Laser Resurfacing is an FDA approved treatment designed to improve the quality and texture of the skin while it stimulates collagen regeneration to treat Skin conditions like acne scarring and excess pigmentation

Virtually any area of the body can be treated with Pixel. The most common areas are face, neck, and décolletage. Scars and stretch marks can also be treated with Pixel

Since Pixel is a fractional treatment, downtime is minimal, about 3-7 days of redness. With proper pre and post care, downtime can be minimized

This treatment cannot be performed on pregnatn or breastfeeding women, those with connective tissue disease, autoimmune diseases, pacemakers, people prone to keloiding, or taking blood thinners. Those taking Accutane cannot be treated until 6 months after stopping

Pixel is a laser treatment that creates small microscopic wounds within the skin. These injuries stimulate your body’s natural ability to create new collagen production which tightens and smoothes the skin’s surface

Prior to a Pixel treatment, we apply a topical numbing ointment to the treatment area. A mild burning sensation may occur following the treatment and lasts only a short period of time

While results can be seen after just one treatment, 3-5 treatments spaced about 4 weeks apart. The number of treatments needed will vary depending on the condition of the skin

2 weeks before: avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen. Begin pretreatment with Alastin Skin Nectar
1 week before: discontinue use of retinols, AHA’s, and BHA’s
Patients taking antibiotics should not be treated with a laser as it causes the skin to be photo sensitive.

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Meet Dr. Subbio

Subbio Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa is a comprehensive center specializing in Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery. Located in Newtown Square across from the beautiful DuPont Farms, Dr. Subbio brings with him over 10 years of training and experience as an Attending Surgeon at the Lehigh Valley Health Network.

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Why Subbio?

 It’s the perfect marriage of science and artistry. In fact, he’ll hand-draw his projected results right in front of you during your consultation.

Dr. Subbio is Board Certified in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery by the prestigious American Board of Plastic Surgery.

He was inspired to become a surgeon after learning about plastic surgeons who volunteer their skill and artistic vision to help cleft lip and burn victims in India. Once he became a surgeon, he began volunteering himself, traveling to third world countries to perform procedures.

Dr. Subbio won’t try to convince you to have a procedure that isn’t best for you. Your safety, well-being, and satisfaction are paramount.