Laser skin resurfacing – what is it?
Face wrinkles, scars, and blemishes can be lessened by laser skin resurfacing, commonly referred to as a laser peel, laser vaporisation, and lasabrasion. Your plastic surgeon may now regulate the laser surfacing process at a new level, enabling exceptional precision, especially in delicate areas.
Face Lift (No Surgery)
Skin Tag Removal
Acne / Rosacea
Dark Spots/Skin Tags
What can be enhanced by laser skin resurfacing
You may have fine lines or wrinkles near your eyes, forehead, or mouth.
scars left by chicken pox or acne
Skin that is not responding after a facelift
wrinkled or sun-damaged skin
If you have a yellowish or gray skin tone, improve it.
birthmarks like nevi with linear epidermis
the nose’s large oil glands
What is the process of laser skin resurfacing?
It’s all about using light beams. Short, focused, pulsing laser beams are directed towards the uneven skin by your surgeon. This precisely eliminates damaged, undesirable skin one layer at a time.
For procedures like laser acne scar removal, there are less issues with hypopigmentation, or a whitening of the skin, thanks to laser skin resurfacing’s tailored approach.
Your epidermis, or outermost layer of skin, will be removed by the laser beam utilised in laser resurfacing. The dermis, the layer of skin beneath the epidermis, is heated concurrently. New collagen fibres are stimulated to grow as a result of this process. The new skin that grows in the treated region is smoother and firmer as it heals.