What is Fractional Laser?
One of the solutions used in the treatment of acne, wounds, burns or cut marks in recent years is Carbon Dioxide Fractional Laser. In the same way, this method is used in the cosmetic correction of skin cracks and wrinkles on the skin and regeneration of the skin. You can get detailed information to benefit from the fractional laser method.
Acne Scars Acne is the most common skin disease in adolescence. During the healing process, scars may occur on the skin and are observed especially in the face area. These scars, also known as acne scars, can be in the form of spots or in the form of rough scars. In particular, raised or sunken scars from the skin surface pose a significant problem.
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How Effective Is Fractional Laser?
Fractional laser is effective on the upper and lower layers of the skin. In fractional laser systems, tiny tunnels are opened in the skin with laser light and new collagen formation is triggered in these areas. The advantage of this method is that there is little damage to the skin, as intact skin areas remain around the tiny areas of damage. Thus, the healing of the skin is much faster, and the rate of side effects of lasers is reduced.
Skin Rejuvenation with Fractional Laser
Activating the skin’s repair and repair mechanisms is the mainstay of skin rejuvenation applications. Many creams, serums, peelings and masks are produced for skin rejuvenation, but none of them provide a fast and effective skin rejuvenation. Fractional laser is used today to provide this movement.
Fractional laser affects the skin at the appropriate density and depth, leaving intact tissue areas in between. This controlled effect provides rapid regeneration of the skin by the intact tissues, while skin rejuvenation is provided with newly formed collagen and skin cells.
It is more preferred in wrinkle treatment because it goes deeper in the application. It can be applied around the eyes and on the eyelids, and it is very effective on the wrinkles called “cigarette wrinkles” around the lips.
Dermatologists frequently prefer the Carbon Dioxide Fractional laser method for skin rejuvenation. Depending on the person’s skin characteristics, age and condition of wrinkles, 1-3 sessions may be required for skin rejuvenation. Session intervals are once a month. Although the results obtained are very satisfactory, in some cases, even one session can give satisfactory results.