Fraxel DUAL 1550/1927 laser treatment uses patented fractional technology to target damaged skin with microscopic laser columns to penetrate deeper in the skin.
The fraxel laser fractionates only parts of the skin during treatment then allowing a faster healing response and recovery to newer, fresh glowing skin.
This treatment is an anti-aging technology that targets sun-damage, wrinkle, scar tissue and promotes collagen resurfacing. Fraxel® is a non-invasive laser therapy providing a wide array of treatment options to address many forms of skin concerns.
This treatment option requires minimal to moderate recovery time. It is the perfect solution for people who want their skin to look younger and clearer. The results of are both immediate and progressive.
- Minimise acne scars
- Sun damaged skin
- Age spots & melasma
- Reduce fine lines & wrinkles
- Help clear uneven skin tone
- Can tighten lower eyelids
- Helps create smoother skin
- Minimise the appearance of scars
- Can treat the face, neck, decolletage & hands
Traditionally, two kinds of laser treatment have been available for cosmetic skin treatment: ablative and non-ablative.
Typical ablative treatments, which use a high temperature to vaporize unwanted tissue, can be effective—but with significant side effects and several weeks of recovery time.
Non-ablative treatments, meanwhile, have very few side effects and low downtime, but they commonly require numerous treatments to produce more modest results.Fraxel laser treatment delivers the potency of ablative treatments with the faster recovery time of non-ablative laser. So you get the best of both worlds: dramatic results and less downtime.
The results of Fraxel re:pair treatment are both immediate and progressive. Soon after the treatment, the surface of your skin will feel softer, look brighter and show more even tone. The next 3 to 6 months will bring more improvement as the deeper layers of the skin continue to heal.
Depending on the aggressiveness of your treatment, there might be some pinpoint bleeding following the procedure, as well as some oozing for up to 48 hours until the wounds close. The most common side effects are oedema (swelling), which usually subsides after a week, and erythema (redness), which may last up to a month, depending on the aggressiveness of treatment. Other temporary side effects may include minor itching, dry skin, peeling or flaking, oozing and crusting.
As with all ablative laser procedures, there is a risk of delayed wound healing, infection, pigmentary changes (hyperpigmentation) and/or scarring.
*The outcomes shown are only relevent for patients shown and do not necessarily reflect the results the results other patients may experience, as results may vary due to many factors including the individual's genetics, diet and exercise.
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