Fotona’s TwinLight™ Fractional Rejuvenation system is the gold standard in terms of skin rejuvenation and comprises three treatments in one.
Past skin rejuvenation procedures treated large areas of skin, whether aged or not, however with Fotona’s revolutionary TwinLight™ Fractional Rejuvenation method, the laser precisely targets imperfections in the skin, leaving the surrounding healthy skin untouched. Additionally, the heat generated by the laser light encourages the formation of new collagen in the dermis, and the surrounding untreated skin contributes to the rejuvenation process's acceleration.Simple and effective 3-step solution
Simple and effective 3-step solution
TwinLight® Fractional Rejuvenation is a simple 3-step procedure optimized to significantly improve skin smoothness and give it a fresher, healthier look. The deep heating effect of The Nd: YAG laser beam from Fotona helps renew and stimulate the skin, while the Er: YAG laser beam stimulates the body's natural ability to generate new, tighter skin.
Step 1. Conditioning - Two passes of an Nd: YAG beam is made along the surface. The first pass stimulates the skin briefly; the second pass penetrates the tissue, creating deep FRAC3® heating and conditioning of the skin, preparing it for efficient fractional treatment therapy.
Step 2. Fractional treatment - A fractional Er: YAG laser is used to vaporise old, worn-out skin. As new skin grows, the exact micro-ablated channels will be replaced by new, tighter, and healthier tissue.
Step 3. Peeling - The skin is ablated with a full Er: YAG beam to complete the treatment and eliminate surface flaws.
When fractional light is used to rejuvenate the skin, the impact may be precisely calibrated to meet individual expectations and provides a level of control and effectiveness that enables very accurate skin sculpting. Treatments range from minor touch-ups to extensive collagen remodeling, making them perfect for people seeking dramatic rejuvenation without resorting to harsh surgical or chemical procedures. This treatment is appropriate for all skin types and tones and requires little downtime.
Prior to Treatment
Every person wishing to be treated at Advanced Laser Clinic will require a consultation with our Laser Consultant prior to their first treatment. We encourage any questions you may have during this session to help you better understand the therapy. A consultation form will be required to be completed on your health and drugs in order to determine your eligibility for treatment. A patch test on your skin will be done to check that the laser settings are appropriate for you. If there are no adverse responses to the patch test 24 hours later, we may begin your laser therapy.
Prior to laser treatment, it is critical to keep the treated region out of direct sunlight. Your skin must be covered from the sun for a minimum of two weeks prior to beginning any treatment. This is critical both before and after therapy. The lasers function by delivering a precise amount of heat to a precise depth in your tissue in order to get the desired result. This endpoint may be aggravated by exposure to sunlight and might result in undesirable side effects.
Before & After
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Photo-Thermal Hormetic Rejuvenation with 1064 nm Nd:YAG PIANO Pulse Laser - Marini L, Alexiou A. Journal of the Laser and Health Academy, Vol. 2012. No. 1. P.75-79. Read Full Text
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