Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing, also called a laser peel or laser facial can reduce wrinkles, scars and pigmentation. Q-switched laser, pico lasers and fractional CO2 laser technologies give your plastic surgeon a new level of control in laser surfacing, permitting extreme precision, especially in delicate areas.
Laser skin resurfacing reduces wrinkles and scars, even out skin coloring, tightens skin and removes lesions. Lasers are beams of light that vaporize the outer layers of your skin and promote the growth of new collagen fibers.
Q-switch laser skin resurfacing
The Q-switched laser skin resurfacing (or picosecond laser)excels in the treatment of unwanted pigmentation or tattoo ink. The laser produces short pulses of energy that pass harmlessly through the skin’s top layers and are selectively absorbed by the abnormal pigment.
The Q-Switched laser is a versatile laser that offers different wavelengths to target a variety of skin conditions including sun spots, age spots, freckles, pigmentation and some birthmarks. An added bonus of this laser is its rejuvenation effect on the skin. The Q-switched laser has been around for many years.
Fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing
The fractional CO2 laser resurfacing uses 10600nm wavelength. By using 7-joint laser arms, the laser penetrates the skin’s surface, where water in the skin cells absorbs them. When this happens, the epidermis, or the superficial layer of your skin, is vaporized. The dermis, or middle layer, heats up, stimulating the growth of new collagen fibers.
As the area heals, new firmer, smoother skin replaces the old layers. During a CO2 laser resurfacing, a cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist can target specific areas of your skin with precision, so the treatment won’t affect the rest of the skin nearby.
Laser skin resurfacing before and after
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To get the best laser skin resurfacing results, we suggest CO2 laser, Q-switch laser and pico laser as the best option.
|Images||Product||Technology||Treatment heads (pcs)||Wavelength|
|Carbon Laser peel machine||Q-switch lasers||3||1064nm/532nm/1320nm|
|Carbon Laser Facial Machine||Q-switch lasers||3||1064nm/532nm/1320nm|
|Black doll laser machine||Q-switch lasers||3||1064nm/532nm/1320nm|
|Q-switched ND YAG Laser||Q-switch lasers||4||1064nm/532nm/1320nm/755nm|
|Picosure Laser Machine||Pico laser||4||1064nm/532nm/1320nm/755nm|
|Picosecond laser machine||Pico laser||4||1064nm/532nm/1320nm/755nm|
|Picoway Laser Machine||Pico laser||4||1064nm/532nm/1320nm/755nm|
|Plastic Surgery Fractional Co2 Laser Machine||Fractional CO2 laser||7||10600nm|
|Fractional Co2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Machine||Fractional CO2 laser||7||10600nm|
|E-light machine||IPL + RF||1||590nm|