Pixel treatment, skin resurfacing

 

procedure time

60 minutes

Convalescence time

3-5 days

Results

3 weeks

Fractional laser

Fractional laser treatment is useful for sun damage, dark spots, old acne scars, large pores, and wrinkles.

Sensitivity time

During the procedure and 30 minutes afterward

Duration of the procedure

60 minutes

Convalescence time

5-7 days

Results

3 weeks, continuing 6 months after treatment.

Number of treatments

To be assessed, depending on the condition to be treated

Contraindications

Photosensitizing medication, sun exposure, pregnant or breastfeeding women.

This type of treatment can be done in several areas of the body: the neck, face, chest, arms, and hands.

Why is this?

Fractional laser can be used to improve a wide variety of skin conditions.

  • Acne scars: Laser correction of scars reduces the discoloration and superficial irregularities of scars, making them more consistent with the color and texture of the surrounding tissue.

 

  • Age spots: This type of laser is also very effective in the treatment of deep wrinkles around the mouth, around the eyes and on other parts of the face.

 

  • Sunspots: Aging and sun-damaged skin

 

  • Improvement of skin texture and tone: Rejuvenating skin on chest, neck, and hands

 

The most frequent objective of fractional laser is skin resurfacing. This treatment provides firmer, tighter and smoother skin and a more uniform complexion.

Indeed, after healing, the skin surface is softer, brighter and the tone will begin to become more uniform.

Another feature that will appeal to both women and men is its ability to significantly reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

Whether they are white, bluish, old or recent, the fractional laser makes it possible to smooth stretch marks safely and comfortably.

It stimulates collagen repair, improves skin texture and remodels the deep dermis without risk and without scarring. The treatment can be performed at any age and on any skin type.

FRACTIONAL LASER

HOW?

The laser works in two ways, firstly it removes the outer layers of the skin that are damaged, and secondly, it stimulates the skin to produce collagen.

The pixel laser treats only fractions of the skin at a time and reconstructs the damaged skin as a digital modification – pixel by pixel.

It creates small microscopic indentations in the skin. The indentations stimulate the production of new collagen, which in turn tightens and smoothes the surface of the skin.

After about three weeks, there is a noticeable improvement, but the natural process continues for six months after treatment. Patients remain with uniform, smooth and healthy skin.

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