Fractional laser skin resurfacing is a revolutionary treatment for soft tissue coagulation and non-ablative skin resurfacing with high efficacy and no downtime.
Fractional laser skin resurfacing treats undesirable skin imperfections on your face, neck, chest, hands, arms, legs and back. It’s now easier than ever to improve the way your skin looks and feels, without surgery or lengthy recovery times. If you’ve got blotchy skin, dark spots, light spots, or anything like that, let us help you.
With pixilated beams of light, fractional lasers produce effective results on many skin types, including very light and very dark skin. The treatments are fast, well-tolerated and without lengthy recovery. Fractional laser resurfacing generally addresses medium-level skin issues. For deeper wrinkles and heavier sun/age damage, ablative CO2 laser resurfacing may be recommended.
Laser resurfacing is a non-surgical approach that breaks up old, damaged skin cells and triggers new skin growth. While most patients see results after just one treatment, 2-5 treatments may be necessary depending on the severity of your skin condition. Fractional laser resurfacing sessions are typically quick and vary depending on the size of the area being treated. Safety measures are always utilized and most patients experience little to no discomfort.
FRACTIONAL RESURFACING CAN QUICKLY AND EASILY:
- Improve fines line and wrinkles
- Decrease sun and age spots
- Provide fresher, more youthful skin
- Improve tone and texture
- Reduce acne scarring
- Reduce pore size
How long does treatment take?
Most treatments last no more than an hour. Depending on the condition being treated, your provider may recommend a single treatment session or a series of progressive treatments for your best results.
How quickly will I recover?
Usually you resume your regular activities the same day following the procedure. Ask your provider about what you can expect from your treatment.
What can I expect after treatment?
You can expect to experience a temporary redness, warmth, and swelling at the treatment site, which typically last only a few days. Your provider will discuss potential side effects and your post-treatment expectations with you.
Does it hurt?
Most people feel minimal discomfort during and after treatment. Comfort management options are provided during the procedure.