Guide to Fractional Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser

Do you know you can get a new skin? Yes, it is possible to buy yourself a new one. If you want to purchase a new skin, just take a Fractional CO2 laser and get one. Here is your brief and informative guide to the fractional carbon dioxide (CO2) laser.

Fractional CO2 vs. Fractional Erbium Laser

There is a difference in these two lasers. The fractional CO2 laser penetrates the skin to a deeper level and shrinks the collagen in a different way. On the other hand, the Erbium laser does not go deeper and involves less downtime.

How Does The Fractional CO2 Laser Work?

The CO2 laser beam emitted by this particular laser fractionates, or pixelates that beam into thousands of tiny shafts of light. Then the small-sized shafts of light penetrate the skin to a deeper level. That is why it is able to repair the deeper layers of the skin.

The Life of the Treatment Results

The life of the treatment results depends on the care taken by the patient after the treatment. Avoiding sun is necessary after taking it.

How Early Will I See the Treatment Results?

It is different for different people because the treatment is customized for each individual.

What is the Cost of Fractional CO2 Treatment?

The cost of the treatment varies from person to person.

How is Fractional CO2 Laser Treatment Performed?

A qualified professional perform it in a clinic using the latest Fractional CO2 Laser machine.

Can Fractional CO2 Remove Acne Scars and Other Scars?

Yes, it can remove acne scars and other scars.

Are Treatments On The Eyelids Safe?

The professional will cover the eyes with special contact lenses to keep the eyelids safe.

What Will I Look Like Right After The Treatment And What Is The Healing Time?

During the initial 24 hours after the treatment, the skin will remain red (like sunburned). During the first five to six hours, ice packs will be used to for five to ten minutes per hour to treat it.

Can I Go Back to Work And Activities Immediately?

You will have to take rest for one day. A good way is to take it on the weekend.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

The number of sessions depends on the condition of the skin.

Are There Any Reasons Not to be Treated With These Lasers?

The major drawback is the increase in the skin’s photosensitivity.

Are There Any Medical or Cosmetic Side Effects?

Yes, there are side effects but a qualified and experienced profession having latest commercial grade machine can avoid possible side effects.

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