Erbium lasers offer reduced healing time, as opposed to traditional skin resurfacing lasers. Because of its advanced technology, rapid recovery of the new skin and significantly reduced downtime is made possible with a much gentler process. The non-ablative resurfacing laser is most often applied as a series of treatments, with each treatment producing noticeable improvement in the quality of the skin.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The Erbium lasers is a second generation of fractional lasers. It is an Erbium-Glass laser with patented Random Sprayed System that delivers non-ablative laser light beams to the skin to treat a wide range of facial flaws such as uneven skin tone, bumps, skin discolorations, pigmentation, acne scars, trauma scars, fine lines and wrinkles. This keeps the downtime and recovery time to a minimum while gently removing the outer layers of the skin that are damaged and unevenly pigmented, resulting in regeneration of new skin cells.
The non-ablative resurfacing Erbium-Glass laser uses a high level of technology to ensure a safer, faster and more precise treatment. With patented Random Sprayed Beam System, it decreases the risk of post-inflammatory pigmentation (PIH) and other side effects that sometimes occur after laser treatments.
Upon consultation and a thorough skin evaluation with your doctor, a personalised course of treatment will be designed for optimal results based on your skin condition. The procedure is well tolerated as a topical numbing cream (anaesthetic) will be applied prior to the treatment. This minimises discomfort during treatment.
The main advantage of this non-ablative resurfacing laser is its rapid healing time. Expect a full face rejuvenation with smoother, clearer, healthier and vibrant skin. Patients with scars and uneven skin texture can notice a gradual improvement after each treatment session.
The healing process varies between individuals. There may be minor irritation and redness, which typically lasts from 1 to 3 days. Most patients return to work the next day and light make-up can be applied. Avoid direct sun exposure thereafter, and wear sunscreen of at least 30SPF when travelling outdoors.
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