Fractional laser resurfacing treatment surpasses all other skin rejuvenation treatments available these days and according to those in the industry, is extremely effective for treating the majority of both deep and superficial skin problems.
How does it work?
The beams of thermal energy created by lasers penetrate just deep enough to deal with the majority of skin problems, instead of fully abating the skin.
The beams work by targeting the problem precisely and vaporising the damaged skin. This triggers the body’s natural healing properties to replace damaged skin cells, both old and new, with skin that is glowing, fresh and healthy-looking.
Results from the laser treatment can be seen immediately or in stages, with the surface of the skin looking brighter, more even-toned and feeling smoother and softer, soon after treatment has started. Further improvement will be evident in the next 3 to six months, as new collagen is created in the deeper layers of the skin.
What types of skin issues can be treated with laser?
Laser treatment can be used for a wide variety of skin issues, just some of them being:
- Acne and acne scarring
- Lines and wrinkles, ageing skin
How long does the treatment take?
No skin is removed in non-ablative laser resurfacing treatment and, depending on the technique used and size of the skin area being treated, usually takes from 15 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes. Laser treatment normally involves a series of sessions scheduled to take place over a couple of weeks or months.
Where to get the best laser treatment in the UK
If you have a skin problem and are considering laser resurfacing treatment, then why not enjoy the benefits of using UK Dermatologist for all of the above skin problems including skin cancer?
Knowing that you are being treated by the leading skin expert in the country, who has extensive experience in treating all types of skin issues with laser treatment, will give you the assurance you need that you are getting the most accurate diagnosis and best treatment for any skin problem you might have.