Resurfacing is a laser method of regenerating the skin on the face by removing its outer layer with a laser beam. The results of resurfacing are smoothing out wrinkles and scars, skin tension and the effect of rejuvenation. This method uses the so-called ablation lasers, here the FOTONA DUALIS erbium-YAG laser with a fractional tip. This laser gently removes the outer layers of the skin and regenerates the epidermis.
It can be used to treat scars after smallpox or acne, to even out deeper wrinkles or callous epidermis or to remove discolouration and to even out skin tone. It is exceptional for smoothing out wrinkles around the eyes, lion’s wrinkles and wrinkles on the upper lip. It can help to get rid of the drooping skin of the eyelids, neck, cleavage or cheeks.
The treatment involves the impact of thousands of laser beams on the skin. There is a strong overheating of the skin in the affected area. The outer layer is removed. The remaining layers of the skin get under the influence of heat. The heat effect helps in removing the cells that are responsible for the ageing. The heat also causes the collagen fibres to be pulled off, which allows proper skin tension and ensures the production of collagen, which takes place from 3 to 6 months after the procedure.
There are places on the skin that the laser rays do not reach. In these “islets” of the skin, which are not subjected to heat treatment, the treated epidermis is regenerated, new skin cells and bonds are formed. They form the basis for the regeneration of the epidermis in the treated area. This device enables mild, medium or deep resurfacing, depending on the patient’s needs.
If you have problems with the keratinized epidermis of the face skin, wrinkles, enlarged pores, smallpox scars or acne, discolouration. It is worth planning this revolutionary resurfacing treatment.