1064 nm fractional laser stimulates new collagen formation through the induction of a micro-thermal injury in the dermis that initiates the wound-healing cascade. The dermal injury causes a proliferation of fibroblasts and an upregulation of collagen expression (neocollagenesis/remodeling) that leads to a thicker and more normal appearing dermis.
INDICATIONS: Photo aging, photo damage, etc.
Fractional photothermolysis has emerged as one of the most popular aesthetic treatments for the signs of photoaged and photodamaged skin. The concept of fractional photothermolysis is to injure only very small areas of the skin, leaving areas of healthy, normal skin next to the treated areas. The healthy skin will help the treated skin heal faster, thus making fractional therapies very popular in today’s laser and aesthetic world.
|Laser Type||Fractional Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser|
|Laser Energy||1200 mJ|
|Frequency||1 - 10 Hz|
|Spot Size||10 mm FRX|