Scars, which are made mainly of collagen (a protein fiber normally found in the skin's second layer), are the body's way of repairing itself. The scar are typically idented because of the collagen loss from the intense inflammation. Normally these are injury due to picking and squeezing. Squeezing a pimple causes pus and bacteria to access deeper into the skin, resulting in more collagen damage.
With the passing of the years, the skin of the face tends to relax and become thinner. This is mainly due to loss of collagen, dehydration, and other secondary factors like smoking, stress, excessive exposure to the sun, poor diet and atmospheric pollution.
Laser emits a light capable of vaporizing the superficial layers of the epidermis and softening the furrows of the wrinkles. This process leads to a desquamation of the tissues treated and a natural regeneration of the skin. In fact, the epidermis that remains underneath produces new cells and there is the formation of new collagen with a net improvement of the skin texture and elasticity.
Laser skin resurfacing using fractionated laser technology can even out the skin surface and increase new collagen formation to help fill in acne scars. Non-ablative lasers stimulate the production of collagen without damaging the skin's surface.
For deeper acne scar, using the fractional ablative laser vaporized the skin cell to safely and gently remove a wide variety of lesions from the skin at the level of the epidermis. The Dermablate laser provides highly effective treatment for wrinkles and acne scar without any thermal damage to the skin. The result, your skin tone and texture would improve. The downside to Dermablate laser, as it is semi-invasive, is that there would be downtime for 5-7 days as it takes time for the old skin to shade away. You would experience, reddish and burning sensation after the treatment.
Performed by qualified and accredited doctor on laser procedures.
The configuration of the laser is a controllable method of tissue ablation. The wavelength of the laser is identical with the maximum of water absorption.
The time required for Dermablate laser treatment has a shorter healing time compared to a CO2 laser.
Typically you would require 5-7 days for your skin to rejuvenate.
Less Pain Compare to CO2
Thanks to the very limited thermal effects, the procedure is less painful than with CO2 lasers. Patients normally do not require any anesthesia for the treatment of small lesions.