skin resurfacing

- Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ablative Fractional & Non-Fractional Laser Resurfacing
A series of treatments to minimize fine lines, wrinkles, acne and surgical scars,
stretch marks and other skin irregularties.

- CO2 Fractional Laser (Ultra Pulse Eraser-C)

The latest laser technology, the fractional CO2 laser, offers many of the benefits of the full face CO2 laser, with a fraction of the downtime.The laser is used to treat the effects of sun damage on the skin as well as aging. The laser provides skin tightening, treats dyschromia (brown spots and skin discoloration), evens out the skin tone and color, removes fine lines and wrinkles, and reduces the size of large pores.

- CO2 Laser (Eraser - Cell)

CO2 laser is commonly used for cosmetic surgical excisions and removal of a variety of benign skin conditions. such as moles, cysts, or birthmarks. The CO2 laser precisely removes outer layers of the damaged skin to reveal the underlying skin which is softer, smoother, and younger looking. This is done by removing damaged skin and stimulating the regeneration of healthy skin underneath.

- Benefits of the Treatment

1. Skin tightness
2. Reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
3. Improves skin textures
4. Makes skin pigments appear more uniform and removes any discoloration
5. Pore size is reduced and effectively removes acne scars or any textural irregularities

- Risk Factors

1. Minimal downtime
2. The skin may appear slightly pink or brown after a few days.
3. Minor peeling might be seen in a few days
4. Sensitivity to Sun exposure is normal within a week after procedure
5. Scabs can be expected depending on the area and concerns of the treatment

- Clinical Result:

Clinical evaluation has shown that after the first treatment, there can be a noticeable amount of tissue lift over the next three to six months with the patient experiencing no downtime or major recovery. Patients that have undergone the procedure twice saw eyebrow lifts up to 6mm. This gives the entire face a more youthful look, and will seem like you have had a good night's sleep, erasing the "tired look” on your face.

- Treatment Information

Suitable for
Treatment Area
1. Enlarged pore sizes on the areas like:
    A. Cheeks
    B. Forehead
    C. Nose
2. Deep wrinkles and lines
3. Acne Scars
4. Removal of Birthmarks
5. Scar Revisions
6. Other cases such as:
    a. Codyloma
    b. Syringoma
    c. Plantar warts, Corns
    d. Pimosis Operation
    e. Hemororhoidal
    f. Allergic coryza
    g. Snoring Surgery

- FAQ for CO2 Laser

How Does CO2 Laser Resurfacing Work?
A  CO2 laser allows your doctor to perform skin resurfacing procedures that reduce or eliminate more pronounced lines and wrinkles than similar treatments. This is done by removing deeper layers of damaged skin and stimulating the regeneration of healthy skin underneath.
ls laser skin resurfacing right for me?
A  Laser skin resurfacing provides patients with relief from damaged skin. Treatment may be performed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, and abnormal pigmentations. If your face displays telltale signs of age, and you would like to correct these or other skin imperfections, a laser skin resurfacing procedure may be right for you.
How long does this laser treatment last?
A  This will depend on your skin type, which areas you want addressed and the amount of downtime that you prefer. Most patients require 2-3 treatment spaced two months apart. You will see gradual improvement in the appearance of your skin immediately after the initial healing phase is complete at about 5 days. The CO2 laser stimulates collagen production in the dermis (deep skin layer) that helps fill in the fine lines of your face. Collagen build up takes up to 6 months to complete.
How long does Fractional CO2 laser treatment take?
A   Typically this treatment will take one hour to one hour and half.

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