Laser Skin Resurfacing Treatment
It is the latest aesthetic solution to all your skin problems. It can improve skin texture, skin tone, and skin elasticity while reducing the appearance of wrinkles, pigmentation, enlarged pores, and scars.
One of the cons of this procedure is that there may be a little burning or damage to the outer layer of the skin. Although treatment time is very quick and there is very little downtime. But it is necessary to talk it out with your dermatologist and know how it caters to your individualistic needs.
The treatment is a minimal-to-full epidermal laser that precisely removes the outermost layer of the skin. The procedure is individually tailored to the nature of the problem to be corrected. Skin conditions such as wrinkles, injury scars, acne scars, poor skin tone, keratoses, and pigmentation problems have been successfully treated with this laser.
Laser Skin Resurfacing has gained popularity due to the excellent results experienced by patients even after a single session.
It restores your skin to its once youthful vitality. From pigmentation to acne and fine lines, laser skin resurfacing has shown excellent results. The added benefit: it comes with little discomfort and quick recovery.
Although most patients’ requests are for the procedure to be done on the face and neck, it can also be applied to almost any part of the body. It is possible to have a more youthful appearance of your chest, shoulders, hands, or any area that you desire to be improved.
The end result is that patients will experience smoother, healthier, and more radiant skin. They will notice a significant and immediate change in skin texture and tautness.
What is laser skin resurfacing?
Laser skin resurfacing, also known as a laser peel, laser vaporization, and lasabrasion, can reduce facial wrinkles, scars, and blemishes. Newer laser technologies give your plastic surgeon a new level of control in laser surfacing, permitting extreme precision, especially in delicate areas.
Laser skin resurfacing can improve minor facial flaws, such as:
- Fine lines or wrinkles around or under your eyes, forehead, or mouth
- Scars from acne or chickenpox
- Non-responsive skin after a facelift
- Aged or sun-damaged skin
- Liver spots
- Improve your complexion if you have yellowish or grayish skin tones
- Birthmarks such as linear epidermal nevi
- Enlarged oil glands on the nose
How does laser skin resurfacing work?
It’s all about using beams of light. Your surgeon uses the laser to send short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at irregular skin. This removes unwanted, damaged skin in a very precise manner one layer at a time.
Laser skin resurfacing’s targeted approach means there are fewer problems with hypopigmentation or a lightening of skin for procedures such as laser acne scar removal.
The laser beam used in laser resurfacing will remove your outer layer of skin, called the epidermis. It simultaneously heats the underlying skin, called the dermis. This action works to stimulate the growth of new collagen fibers. As the treated area heals, the new skin that forms is smoother and firmer.