What Is Fractional Laser?

It is a treatment method applied to provide an anti-aging effect, reduce acne scars, tighten soft tissue, renew the skin, correct periorbital (eye corner and eyelids) wrinkles, and remove spots (aging spots, melasma, sun spots, skin color changes).

As Fractional Laser creates deliberate and controlled damage only to the part of the skin it is applied to, the rest of the skin surface is left in a healthy state. Thus, the recovery period is shortened and social life is not affected after the treatment.

Fractional Laser is a laser peeling method that can be safely applied to the darker skin tones as well as light. Fractional Laser, which is one of the most effective solutions used in the treatment of scars from acne, wounds, burns or cuts in the recent years, offers effective solutions for almost all skin problems.

How Is the Procedure Carried Out?

Firstly, your skin will be examined by your dermatologist during the consultation and it will be assessed whether it is suitable for Fractional Laser application. Then the treatment area is cleaned. It is important that the skin has not undergone treatments of any kind before Fractional Laser to prevent irritation.

Fractional Laser is a type of laser that can reach deeper layers due to its technical features that can create positive effects on the skin. It creates controlled heat damage to the skin by sending laser light in small diameter beams to the skin. The skin around the heat-damaged areas remain intact. The heat damaged area is quickly repaired by cells from the surrounding healthy skin. Thus, the healing process is rapid and the results are more permanent.

Which Problems Can Be Treated With Fractional Laser?

  • Wrinkles and enlarged pores
  • Acne and acne scars,
  • Irregularity and looseness in the skin,
  • Surgical scars,
  • Wound scars,
  • Scarring from cuts and burn marks,
  • Mild photodamage,
  • Fat deposits around the eyes,
  • Small benign skin masses.

Who Cannot Get Fractional Laser Treatment?

  • Those who have active infection and inflammation on their skin,
  • People who have used systemic isotretinoin in the past 6 months,
  • Pregnant individuals.
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