Fractional Laser

CO2 laser FRAXIS

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  • Frakčný laser CO2

Fractional CO2 laser is an advanced type of laser used in dermatology and cosmetic surgery. This laser uses carbon dioxide (CO2) to create an intense beam of light that can be applied in form of microscopic beams to the skin for purposes such as:

What is fractional resurfacing

It is a aesthetic laser procedure that can remove pigmentation, soften wrinkles, tighten the skin and improve the appearance of scars in just one session.
The effect of the laser beam leads to a long-term stimulation of collagen, which  subsequently gives the skin a youthful appearance
The system leads thousands of microscopic laser beams to the skin, which deeply overheat the skin at the point of impact. Islands of intact skin remain between the impact sites, from which the damaged skin is quickly regenerated
The device enables the execution of light, medium or deep resurfacing according to the needs of the patient
Places suitable for treatment are face, neck, cleavage and backs of hands

Course of treatment

It is a quick treatment performed on an outpatient basis. The procedure itself is preceded by a necessary professional consultation, the creation of medical documentation, or the execution of photo documentation before the procedure. We first apply an anesthetic cream to the treated area. After numbing the skin, one area at a time is gradually treated. The entire treatment depends on the length of the procedure and the size of the treated area, the density of the laser beams and the depth of penetration of the beam into the skin.

Regime after treatment

Immediately after the procedure, the skin becomes red, the patient feels a burning sensation simmilar to a sunburn. Ice packs can be used at home to relieve the symptoms.

Make-up usage is allowed three to four days after the procedure, depending on the individual condition.

The skin is reddened for 3 to 10 days depending on the intensity of the procedure, it is slightly swollen, peeling and with small scabs, the healing process is very individual, conditioned by thorough hygiene and skin care after the procedure.

After the procedure, it is recommended to use a cream with a sun protection factor of 50 for 4 to 8 weeks and not to exposing the skin to direct sunlight or a solarium. We recommend Cicaplast cream, which you can buy at our clinic or in most pharmacies.