Technologies do not stand still, and we try to keep up with them. Our masters have already mastered one of the most progressive anti-aging techniques - fractional photothermolysis, and now they will apply it in practice. This spring, a carbon dioxide laser for fractional photothermolysis appeared in the cosmetology office.
The device opens up new possibilities for correcting age-related skin changes. It successfully removes aesthetic imperfections even in advanced stages.
Features of fractional photothermolysis
The effect of rejuvenation is provided by the energy of a carbon dioxide laser - it stimulates the active production of collagen fibers in the skin. The action of the procedure is based on the property of the skin to produce new, fresh fibers instead of destroyed ones. The laser "bombards" the skin with micro-impulses that affect the collagen framework. Old, stretched fibers are destroyed. Instead, fibroblasts synthesize new, denser ones. Loose skin with wrinkles and age spots is replaced by a new one - smooth and firm.
The laser system generates radiation with a wavelength of 10 600 nm. This is enough for the complete evaporation of collagen in the treated areas, while the surrounding tissue remains intact. The laser acts on the skin according to the principle of a sieve, alternating the areas of pulsed treatment with untouched areas. Thus, the load on the tissues is reduced, and the cosmetological effect remains the same. During skin regeneration, fibroblasts in intact areas are also included in the work. The procedure takes place under local anesthesia.
Indications for fractional photothermolysis
The laser system removes any aesthetic skin defects, including post-traumatic ones:
- Wrinkles of any severity. The technology is suitable for rejuvenating the most sensitive area of the face - the area around the eyes.
- Loss of tone. After fractional photothermolysis, flabby areas are tightened, the skin becomes denser and more elastic.
- Pronounced stretch marks on the abdomen, thighs and chest (striae). Photothermolysis helps to quickly cleanse the skin after childbirth.
- Scars and scars left at the site of acne and pustules (post-acne).
- Benign neoplasms (warts, moles).
- Pigmented spots of any area.
The laser is equipped with a smart scanner that adjusts the length of the beams and the distance between the pulse points depending on the treatment area. Thus, full control over the photothermolysis process is achieved. Repeated exposure to the same areas within the same procedure is excluded.
In the hands of experienced professionals, the laser turns into an ideal tool for rejuvenation. It's a pleasure to watch your skin get better day by day. Sign up for a fractional photothermolysis procedure with cosmetologists.