Human skin is constantly changing over time, and as a result of the natural effect of age, wrinkles increase. Fractional carbondioxide laser is a preferred method for the removal of wrinkles that occur in the area of the chest, called neck and décolletage region, usually for the removal of thin and deep wrinkles, rejuvenation and skin rejuvenation.Fractional lasers are sent as clones of the beam leaving the islands of solid skin without direct contact with each other. These treatment islands are the building blocks of the process.
In this treatment method applied for scar and skin rejuvenation, the intensity and depth of treatment islands are adjusted by the physician according to the need of the patient. Its effect is much higher than similar systems. No anesthesia is required for fractional laser application. Fractional carbondioxide is also the gold standard treatment at sun and acne spots, acne and surgery scars, and cracks occurring after pregnancy.
What Should Be Considered Before And After The Application?
Medicines that prevent the coagulation of blood and cause sensitivity to light should not be used. The person should not enter the solarium.
After implementation, the patient should use a moisturizer at least 2 or 3 times a day. After this treatment on the skin over the head pinhead size will occur crusting. Within about a week, these shells will be completely spilled, and the skin will be alive again.
How Long Does the Treatment Show Effect After Treatment?
This treatment shows its effects at different times on each skin type. However, the exact effects on the skin are performed between 3-6 months generally. This is because collagen production begins after a period of approximately 3 months. As a result, you will be able to get very clear results on this region. You can easily prefer fractional carbondioxide laser method to look healthy and youthful.
Fractional Carbondioxide Treatment
Fractional laser which is a preferred method for the removal of thin and deep wrinkles. You can get the price by contacting us.