There was one time when “Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing” was in fashion. Many doctors purchased CO2 Fractional lasers as advised by the laser dealers and started using it for Ace Scars and face resurfacing.
But as the time passed by, they realized that their patients are not getting any good results. Many complications were NOT TOLD to the patients. Patients used to see the Google reviews and few videos posted by doctors doing live Fractional co2 laser.
But in practical life truth was being different!
So lets find out why fractional co2 laser has gone out of fashion.
Ablative laser resurfacing can cause various side effects, including:
Redness, swelling and itching.
After ablative laser resurfacing, treated skin will be itchy, swollen and red.
the degree of which is related to the depth of resurfacing done — can be intense and might last for several months.
The aggravation of a previously existing skin condition, such as rosacea, can contribute to redness.
Applying thick creams and bandages to your face after treatment can worsen acne or cause you to temporarily develop tiny white bumps (milia) on treated skin.
Ablative laser resurfacing can lead to a bacterial, viral or fungal infection.
The most common infection is a flare-up of the herpes virus — the virus that causes cold sores. In most cases, the herpes virus is already present but dormant in the skin.
Changes in skin color.
Ablative laser resurfacing can cause treated skin to become darker than normal (hyperpigmentation) or lighter than normal (hypopigmentation). Hyperpigmentation is more common in people who have darker skin.
Topical retinoic acid or glycolic acid can help treat hyperpigmentation after the treated area has healed. Use of sunscreen during the healing process also is important.
Scarring. Ablative laser resurfacing poses a slight risk of scarring.
Turning of the eyelid (ectropion). Rarely, ablative laser resurfacing near the lower eyelid can cause the eyelid to turn out and expose the inner surface. Surgery is needed to correct the problem.
So what is the solution?
You should select the NON ABLATIVE LASERS for your face rejuvenation.
Pigmentation is the presence of excess melanin on skin causing an uneven skin tone which is the result of a genetic mix-up of both the individual’s biological parents’ genes. Skin pigmentation marks are characterized by the built up melanocytes, which are cells containing melanin. These typically occur under the skin and are referred to as age spots on face, hands and body area, and freckles. The most common misconception associated with discolored skin is that it will fade by itself, without undergoing any treatment whatsoever. Some pigments types, like the ones caused by acne, may lighten up over time. But, the majority of discolored skin need to be treated with in-office and high-powered active treatments to fully remove the skin spots on the surface.
Anti-pigmentation treatments are available ranging from traditional home remedies to special 3 – D Anti Pigmentation Therapy at SKIN SCIENTIFIC CENTER.
Due to many reasons one can get injuries and scars on hands.
At Skin Scientific we get many self inflicted hand injuries.
Treatment can be given to such scars so that social embarrassment can be reduced.
Skin Scientific always helps patients in overcoming their problems.
SCAR is one of the most common skin conditions worldwide today. It doesn’t discriminate, affecting teenagers and adults, men and women alike, yet it’s a subject that is rarely discussed and when it is, the myths surrounding the subject make it hard to fathom the facts from the fiction.
Our aim is to bust the acne myths and tell it how it is. We understand the huge impact that acne can have on your life; causing embarrassment, affecting self-esteem and personal relationships – in short, it really gets you down.
At the Skin Scientific we’ve come up with effective treatments and skincare that really work to clear up acne and dramatically reduce acne scarring. Our proven methods of combining skincare, at home treatments and in some cases medication work to clear up skin quickly and effectively and they won’t break the bank.
To get rid of scars you have to unblock the channels to allow the scars to minimize. There are several ways we can deal with this; sometimes using good skincare with AHA’s can be enough, other treatments include chemical peels, laser or in some cases muscle relaxing injections which help to allow the pores to close if injected superficially.
For more information about how to SCAR REDUCTION, visit Skin Scientific.