Scar Removal - New Age Laser Document

Harness the Medical Power of Light

Firstly the minimally invasive nature of laser scar-removal treatments means that they are well tolerated to patients. Therefore faster recovery times allow the psychological impact of scar revision treatments to be realized much sooner by patients.

Suited for the effective treatment of a wide range of scar tissues. Er:YAG skin resurfacing is used for gentle ablation of scar tissue and activation of collagen remodelling. Acne scars in particular respond well to Er:YAG treatments. For hypertrophic scars, clinical research conducted with the Nd:YAG wavelength show improvement. Improvement in the aesthetic appearance and overall tissue quality of a scar. Also including erythema, volume, pliability, etc.

A Synergistic Treatment Solution

Fotona dual-wavelength scar-revision therapy, is both non-ablative Nd:YAG and fractional-ablative Er:YAG wavelength combined. As part of a single comprehensive scar-removal regimen, with immediate visible results that surpass that of traditional laser-based and conventional scar treatment techniques. 

The Fotona Dynamis Pro Key Points

  1. Precision Ablation: Er:YAG lasers designed for ablative procedure. They work by removing thin layers of skin in a precise manner, which can be beneficial for addressing scars and promoting skin regeneration.
  2. Superficial Scar Treatment: Er:YAG lasers are particularly effective for treating superficial scars, such as those caused by acne or minor injuries. The controlled removal of the outer skin layers stimulates collagen production and encourages the growth of new, healthier skin.
  3. Collagen Stimulation: The thermal energy from the Er:YAG laser stimulates collagen remodeling, which is crucial for improving the texture and appearance of scars. Collagen is a protein that provides structural support to the skin.
  4. Minimal Downtime: Compared to some other laser treatments, Er:YAG lasers may have shorter downtime. However, the extent of downtime can vary depending on the specific treatment parameters used and the individual’s skin response.
  5. Multiple Sessions: Scar revision typically requires multiple treatment sessions to achieve optimal results. The number of sessions needed depends on factors such as scar type, size, and individual skin characteristics.