CO2 laser resurfacing

Performing the fractional laser facial skin rejuvenation procedure.

Fractional photothermolysis, laser resurfacing, fractional resurfacing, CO2 - these are all the names of an effective and comfortable form of rejuvenation today.

What problems does the fractional technique solve?

  • removal of wrinkles around the eyes;
  • lifting of the skin of the face and neck, décolleté and arms;
  • reduction of skin laxity;
  • removal of scars and stretch marks;
  • correction of small vessels and age spots.

What is fractional laser (ablative) facial, facial and body rejuvenation?

Fractionality is the division of a laser beam into multiple microbeams. That is, the laser does not affect the skin with a solid stain, but with a kind of mesh.

Thanks to the application of microcoagulation columns on the skin, the natural regeneration mechanism of the tissues is activated with the formation of new collagen, the structure of the skin and its appearance are improved. High intensity micro laser beams penetrate to a depth of 1mm, ensuring high procedural efficiency.

It is extremely important that there are certain areas of the skin that are not affected by the laser. Intact tissue remains around each microthermal treatment zone that is intensively treated with this laser. This is the essence of fractional laser skin resurfacing. This fractional laser resurfacing method allows the skin to heal much faster without a postoperative period, the patient does not abandon active life.

The laser beam is divided into many very thin beams, which form microthermal treatment zones (MLZ) on the skin. The depth and diameter of the MLZ are determined by the energy of the laser beam controlled by the physician during the procedure.

Then LESS is formed - microscopic epidermal necrotic remains, which are displaced due to healing of the surrounding tissues.

As healing progresses, renewed skin looks much younger, its turgidity increases, the surface of the skin becomes smoother, wrinkles are smoothed, micro-relief is smoothed, the appearance of scars and stretch marks is significantly improved.

Non-ablative laser resurfacing

It is quite obvious that there have been some advances in cosmetic surgery today, mainly related to skin rejuvenation using laser technologies. With a qualified application and the correct selection of the parameters of the laser beam, this method of treatment is very well tolerated and is considered much more effective than conservative and surgical techniques.

One of the most modern and safe laser systems today is the laser. With a laser, you can produce non-ablative facial skin resurfacing. A non-ablative laser resurfacing procedure for the skin around the eyes, face, neck, and other areas, provides effective protection for the dermis with varying levels of melanin, including tanned skin. This allows the procedure to be performed throughout the year and for all skin types.

Characteristics of non-ablative rejuvenation.

No rehabilitation period is required.

The procedure allows you to narrow pores, smooth wrinkles, refine facial contours and improve complexion.

The duration of the session is up to 30 minutes. The recommended course is 5-6 procedures.

Laser resurfacing is one of the latest techniques to deal with age-related skin changes (wrinkles, folds, discoloration, and aging).

The procedure is virtually painless and non-traumatic, and its effectiveness is comparable to rejuvenation injection methods.

The energy of the laser pulse stimulates the synthesis of young collagen in the deep layers of the dermis, providing elasticity, firmness, smoothness and a fresh complexion to the skin. Smoothing wrinkles, laser removal of the blood vessels of the face, hyperpigmentation during tanning, improving the uniformity of the skin tone, eliminating the sun and age. Laser lifting is recognized as an alternative to plastic surgery and the best rejuvenation method for people over 35 years of age.

Advantages of laser skin resurfacing using a special device:

  • increasing the elasticity of the skin, reducing fine wrinkles;
  • the possibility of lifting any skin (even tanned) at any time of the year;
  • the possibility of combining laser resurfacing with injection procedures: mesotherapy, contour plastics and introduction of botulinum toxins;
  • no risk of infection;
  • no need for long-term rehabilitation after the procedure.

Indications for laser resurfacing.

  • photoaging of the skin;
  • uneven complexion;
  • decreased skin tone;
  • gravitational ptosis;
  • manifestation of the vascular network;
  • skin pigmentation.

Laser resurfacing is a truly effective modern technique on the path to beauty and youth.