Non-Ablative Laser Resurfacing
Non-ablative skin rejuvenation uses a laser to stimulate heat production in the skin without causing damage to its surface. The Laser heats the skin, which stimulates collagen production and makes it appear young and healthy. Non-ablative lasers are frequently fractionated; therefore, they transmit heat into the skin via thousands of tiny, deep columns known as microthermal treatment zones. Intervening normal untreated skin is often included to render the treatment more effective. On the other hand, a fractional technique allows the skin to heal considerably faster than if the entire region was treated. This method reduces the recovery time and lowers the number of problems or complications that might occur. In most situations, multiple treatments are required. Laser resurfacing helps stimulate cellular renewal and collagen production to improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles, depressed scars, or skin tone and texture.
Non-ablative lasers treat the skin without damaging its surface by applying heat beneath it. Non-ablative lasers are less invasive than ablative ones, with shorter downtime and lower risks of adverse effects.
Almost everyone may have laser skin resurfacing for wrinkles, acne scars, and sunspots. During your Skincare consultation, be honest about your medical history and the medicines you take. Some acne treatments can cause poor healing or even scarring.
Many patients notice visible changes within days of undergoing a Laser Resurfacing treatment. While one treatment may improve the texture and tone of your skin, most individuals need a series of treatments to get the desired outcome.
Your skin problems and recovery time determine the number of treatments you require. After you’ve achieved the desired effects from laser skin resurfacing for wrinkles, you may continue to maintain your look with follow-up sessions later on.
Most patients will see their laser skin resurfacing results last anywhere from three to five years after treatment.
Side effects of non-ablative Laser resurfacing may include mild swelling and redness, changes in skin color, and the risk of infection.
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