There are a variety of medical laser treatments that target different problems and skin types.
● Fractional CO2 skin resurfacing laser is a laser used for the rejuvenation and restoration of ageing and sun-damaged skin. The treatment uses the latest generation of laser technology and offers a shorter convalescence than traditional techniques. The principle behind Fraxel laser treatments is to rebuild damaged skin by creating a grid of microscopic spots of treated tissue separated and surrounded by untreated skin. This allows the skin to heal more quickly than when all areas of skin are treated at once.
● IPL, Intense Pulsed Light, is a medical laser technology that produces short bursts of high intensity light. It is used to treat pigmentations, vascular lesions, acne, rosacea and to remove dark hairs. The laser can be directed to a particular plane to reach a specified target through the adjustment of its wavelength. Broad-spectrum light treatment, usually referred to as photo-rejuvenation, provides an even rejuvenation of facial skin, and is often recommended in cases relating to sun damage. Most people who undergo an IPL epilation experience irritation similar to that of a light to moderate sunburn, which usually subsides in a few days. Several treatments are often required to achieve the desired result.
● Nd:Yag Laser is a medical laser that emits red spectrum wavelengths and is used for laser hair removal and treatment of vascular defects such naevus flammeus (facial port wine stains), and congenital and acquired telangiectasia (thread veins).