Refresh Your Skin with CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing

Details

Date & time Feb 15
Location
usa
Creator skeily

Who's attending

skeily

Description

Refresh Your Skin with Fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing

Looking for a complete facial rejuvenation in just one treatment? Treat your skin to the next generation of CO2 laser resurfacing with the CO2 fractional laser at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center.

How Does CO2 Work?
The CO2 laser technology is a safe and versatile CO2 laser system that can be used in different modes to improve a variety of skin concerns. It works by delivering powerful CO2 laser energy into the skin, encouraging the body to produce new collagen and healthy skin cells. It precisely targets and treats the skin’s surface and deeper dermal levels separately, or simultaneously to give you the most effective anti-ageing laser treatment around.

What Can I Treat with CO2?
Many of Dr. Diwan’s CO2 patients notice a dramatic difference after just one treatment. The CO2RE fractional laser can address many common skin concerns, including:

Wrinkles and fine lines
Acne, chickenpox, traumatic, and surgical scars
Uneven Tone
Sun damage, including age spots
The CO2 is a highly customizable laser that provides a total of six different treatment modes, including four fractional ablative modes and pattern shapes, a traditional resurfacing mode, and an excision mode that can be used for minor dermal excisions. The intensity, pattern, and depth of ablation can all be adjusted to suit your specific skincare needs and goals.

Is CO2 Right for Me?
This fractional laser treatment is perfect for anyone who would like to improve their skin without the downtime and risks associated with the more conventional resurfacing procedure.

Are CO2 Laser Treatments Painful?
Dr Diwan understands that the idea of using lasers to treat your skin concerns can be a little daunting. That’s why she strives to provide the most comfortable and pleasant skin rejuvenation experience possible. Treatments with the Fractional CO2 Laser machine are often well tolerated with an anaesthetic cream that’s applied prior to treatment and surface cooling during treatment. Some require an additional level of pain relief which can be provided with local anaesthetic injections, which will block the nerves from sending pain signals to the brain, and oral medication for further diminishing discomfort and anxiety.

https://www.skeily.com

The Wall

No comments
You need to sign in to comment