Fractionated CO2 laser

Although the skin ages at the same pace as the rest of the body, when looking at ourselves in the mirror, changes in the skin are the first to reveal our age. After 30 years we began to see the changes that occur as a result of the passage of time, we began to notice the appearance of wrinkles and furrows in the skin. Also begin to appear the first spots and begin to notice the loss of firmness of the skin because of the low level of hydration.

The fractionated CO2 laser is a last generation treatment that is used to rejuvenate the skin. It improves the texture and elasticity of the skin, attenuating fine and moderate wrinkles and alterations in pigmentation or skin coloration. It is also very useful in the treatment of acne scars and to reduce skin scars.

Unlike the other methods of skin rejuvenation, the incapacity with the fractionated CO2 laser is minimal. An additional advantage of fractionated CO2 laser is that it can be used to treat areas where the skin is more delicate like the hands and neck, where other treatments are not as effective.

Data Sheet:
  • Objective: To attenuate facial wrinkles, blemishes, scars and acne sequelae.
  • Procedure time: 1 hour.
  • Anesthesia: topical.
  • Remove of sutures: sutures are not placed.
  • Hospitalization: NO, outpatient procedure.
  • Recommended rest: it does not require rest, although it is suggested 5 to 7 days of rest until the fall of the crusts.
  • Scars: does not leave scars, initially there may be a slight reddening of the skin of the treated area, recommending the use of sunscreen.
  • Complementary Procedures: Facial fillers, Botox.