Laser Skin Treatment Aura Revlite
Laser Skin Treatment Aura Revlite
Laser Skin Treatment has been used in dermatology for a number of years as a
facelift procedure to help improve facial rejuvenation.
Ablative Lasers – The mainstay of lasers for wrinkles has been ablative lasers such as the erbium and CO2. These lasers work by vaporising the outer skin layers and as a result, patients require healing of about 5-7 days.
Non Ablative Lasers – The non – ablative lasers aim to assist with facial rejuvenation without breaking the skin so there usually is no healing time yet collagen is rejuvenating below the surface.
Suitable Candidates for non – ablative laser treatments
Non Ablative Lasers are used for aged and sun damaged skin especially where patients do not want any down-time. Treatments may also be helpful for types of acne scars. New laser skin treatments are currently being offered to treat acne in conjunction with medical treatment.
Laser Skin Treatment for facial rejuvenation procedure
The Laser Skin treatment for facial rejuvenation procedure involves shining a laser light onto the skin which penetrates and passes through the outer skin layers, this has an effect on the deeper internal skin layers. The laser stimulates the fibroblasts to produce underlying collagen and causes contraction. The end result is a more youthful appearance with skin contraction and tightening. The laser skin treatment for facial rejuvenation with non-ablative lasers may often be more subtle and multiple treatments are required. No guarantee can be given as to the extent of the results.
Laser Skin Treatment for Facial rejuvenation with the Revlite non-ablative laser is suitable for all skin types including fair and olive skin and is useful for wrinkles, deeper sagging and also patients who do not wish to have any down time. Treatment
It is advised that patients have regular laser skin treatment for facial rejuvenation routinely on a four weekly basis for approximately 6 to 7 months. The non-ablative treatment is best performed when combining the Revlite and Aura lasers. Treatment sessions are approximately 15 minutes and there may be a little discomfort during therapy.
After the procedure, makeup can be worn and there may be some slight redness. There are no restrictions post treatments and patients may apply makeup immediately and return to work. New collagen formation may take 6-8 weeks to begin so facial rejuvenation is a process occurring over time.
Almost all have no reaction or downtime at all. As with all laser skin treatment procedures and facial rejuvenation procedures, no guarantees can be given to the end result and there is a theoretical risk of irritation to the outer skin, which could cause crusting, scabbing and in the worst scenario scarring, pigmentation or loss of pigmentation. It is important that sun protection is observed during the entire treatment course. (The non-ablative laser is a new area in dermatology, and has attracted enormous interest around the world).
Discover Laser Skin Treatment Advantages!
An increasingly large amount of patients now opt for Laser Skin Treatment procedures. It is also effective if there are red veins and brown spots on the skin especially when combined with the Aura Laser Skin treatment procedure.
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Combined with other treatments
Laser Skin Treatment for facial rejuvenation is often combined with glycolic acid peels, facial muscle relaxants which are used to relax the frown lines and smile lines and fillers to enhance structure and wrinkles around the nose and lip area.
Facial Rejuvenation using the AURA LASER-Blood Vessel Laser
Aura Laser is a form of light that has been altered in order to produce a uniform high intensity single wavelength beam. The laser skin treatment can be focused to treat fine blood vessels on the face and neck or attached to a scanner for treatment of larger areas or background redness.
The blood vessel laser uses a wavelength of light which is maximally absorbed by blood vessels. The laser skin treatment is therefore very selective in treating blood vessels and minimises damage to surrounding tissue. Therefore there is much less risk of scarring as compared to techniques used previously to treat blood vessels.
Suitable vascular lesions for laser skin treatment include: Port wine stain, Veins on the face, Rosacea, Campbell de Morgan spots, Venous lakes on lip, Superficial angiomas, Spider naevi, Telangiectasia, Red scars, and Stretch Marks. Poikiloderma, background redness, Leg veins can also improve with this Laser skin treatment.