Fractional laser skin resurfacing, using ablative (such as carbon dioxide or CO2 lasers) and non-ablative lasers appears to achieve skin improvements that can get close to traditional ablative laser skin resurfacing but with fewer potential side effects.
Unlike with traditional laser skin resurfacing where the whole of the skin in a selected treatment area is damaged; fractional laser skin resurfacing seeks to only damage certain points on the skin, (producing tiny dot-like visible treated areas on the skin), leaving the other zones within it perfectly intact; hence only causing fractional damage. This allows the skin to heal much faster than if the whole area was treated.
A video demonstrating a fractional laser eye lift, and a discussion of who would benefit from the treatment.
A video demonstrating a CO2 Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing Treatment
CO2RE is the versatile fractional CO2 system that enables you to precisely target and effectively treat the skin’s various dermal levels.
A video illustrating what is involved with a Pixel Laser Resurfacing Skin Treatment.
A video illustrating the application of a C02 skin resurfacing treatment and recovery time table