September 30, 2016
Dermatology: Advanced CO2 Fractional Laser Technology Lloyd|CO2 fractional laser, dermatologist, Lima, Skin Treatments
The advanced CO2 fractional laser technology is considered the most effective laser for combating wrinkles, aging, acne scars, and many other skin imperfections.
By using DEKA’s latest laser technology, treatments are performed in total safety, without any undesirable side effects and with drastically reduced recovery times.
The fractioned technology now makes it possible to perform any treatment on the face, neck and hands in total safety, even in very delicate areas such as the eyelids. It is also possible to reduce furrows of deep wrinkles and totally eliminate shallower ones, too.
During the process of removing imperfections in the skin, it is important to know that your skin is completely protected by DEKA’s advanced technology.
How Does a CO2 SmartXide 2 Dot Laser work?
The laser induced re-epithelisation process in the treated area stimulates the dermis to produce new collagen. New skin will appear more elastic and much smoother, without any scars or alterations to your natural facial characteristics.
The advanced CO2 fractional laser technology produce light at 10,600nm which is absorbed by water in the skin tissue. The laser heats the water causing the evaporation of the affected tissue. The deep skin layers are stimulated which form new collagen and it is this that helps skin appear smoother, younger and problem free.
What the Doctor says about the CO2 Laser
This CO2 laser is considered the most effective weapon for combating wrinkles, aging and many other skin imperfections.
The fractioned technology now makes it possible to perform any treatment on the skin. The most common areas treated are the face, neck, hands or even eyelids, which can be done in total safety. This is great news for anyone considering this treatment.
Our suggestion is to treat only a fraction of the skin surface with each session, instead of removing all of the outer layer of skin in one go. Fractional CO2 treatments result in less injury to the tissue and therefore gives faster healing with less risk of scar or pigment damage. In exchange for this less aggressive treatment, it is normal to not see as much correction as with one, longer treatment. However, treatment plans are designed with the patient’s wishes and expectations in mind.
The ‘social downtime’ is short and is normally 3 – 7 days for a typical treatment. However, it is also important to know that there is no bleeding, no bruising and only very minimal swelling.
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