Fraxel® Laser Skin Resurfacing Treatment Las Vegas
]Think of your skin as a family portrait or digital photograph in need of high-quality restoration or touch up.
After your very first Fraxel Laser Treatment, you will begin to feel the difference in your skin, as it gradually becomes softer, smoother and fresher. Fine lines around your eyes will noticeably fade. So will uneven coloring and the brown spots caused by aging and sun exposure.
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Fraxel Before and After Photos
You and the medical aesthetician will discuss which area(s) of your skin is of concern. She will discuss appropriate treatments for your skin, what kind of results you can expect, and what to look for after your treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Fraxel Laser Treatment?
FRAXEL® LASER TREATMENT is a breakthrough aesthetic procedure based on a new science of “Fractional” skin repair. Fraxel Laser Treatment is new anti-aging medicine that provides the positive results of skin resurfacing without the downtime and risks associated with traditional abrasive treatment methods.
2. How does Fraxel Laser Treatment work?
FRAXEL® LASER TREATMENT repairs aging and sun-damaged skin – PIXEL by PIXEL, SPOT by SPOT. Think of a digital photo that is comprised of thousands of pixels. Now, imagine damaged skin that is delicately repaired, pixel by pixel, spot by spot. That’s the principle behind Fraxel Laser Treatment. It’s like Adobe Photoshop® software for your skin.
The Fraxel Laser Treatment passes through the top layer of skin like light through glass, reaching into the dermis below to create thousands of tiny, microscopic areas of thermal damage that stimulate the body’s own wound healing response, notably new collagen production and replacement of damaged skin surfaces with new fresh, smoother skin.
The penetrating wavelengths of Fraxel Laser Treatment resurface damaged skin, reduce wrinkles and correct pigmented lesions such as age spots and sun spots. This is all accomplished as your skin becomes softer, smoother and fresher. In contrast to previous facial resurfacing methods, mainly the Abrasive CO2 laser, the Fraxel produces similar skin improvements without the associated risks or downtime.
3. How many treatments are required?
Clinical studies suggest that 3-5 treatments spaced about 2 to 4 weeks apart produce a gradual remodeling of dermal matrix components, until complete healing occurs and “good” material that contains collagen and elating replaces old epidermal and dermal tissue. Over a period of several months, you will notice continual improvement in photo-aged skin correlates with dermal repair and positive skin changes.
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