Fractional laser treatment is the continuation of an already developed laser therapy for the Rejuvenation and structural improvement of the skin. The basic therapy initially consists of Fraxel laser therapy. Both methods can be offered alternatively. Especially with the further developed fractionated laser treatment, which has a lower heat development, the most different skin problems can be tackled.

Dr. Bernard, a specialist in plastic and aesthetic surgery, offers comprehensive treatment in the field of Anti-aging medicine an. The experienced specialist covers the entire range of problem areas under consideration. In addition, she provides a gentle and painless treatmentwhile for a even and young skin appearance is provided.


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How does Sciton fractional laser treatment work?

Dr. Bernard and her practice team focus on, among other things. fractional laser treatment of sciton respectively to the Laser method ProFractional with the YAG Laser Joule®. from Sciton.

Especially in the field of Wrinkle treatment can be achieved with the electromagnetic waves (laser beams) Greatly reduce wrinkles. The fractional laser consists of beams that are emitted in a grid pattern via a specially made handpiece. During the treatment, the doctor passes it over the skin several times to create a uniform result to obtain.

Old tissue is completely replaced with new cells in a gentle and painless manner without the need for surgery. The non-surgical facial rejuvenation can both smooth deep wrinkles and make smaller wrinkles disappear completely.

The modules from Sciton

The modules from Sciton basically have a modular structure:

Specifically, the fractional laser does not work over a wide area, but rather in subdivided beams that create tiny micro-injuries in the skin at specific points. These are so small that the surrounding tissue remains intact. At the same time, the fractional laser radiation stimulates the collagen formation of the skin an. Collagen is responsible for the firm and smooth appearance of the skin. Due to the gentle action, the body’s self-healing powers are able to bring about rapid healing without any problems.

Especially in the treatment of wrinkles, the fractional laser with the YAG laser, the successor of the Contour laser, proves reliable results. In fact, the control of the laser impulses and the penetration depth allow adaptation to the individual skin condition. The setting variants can achieve both a low penetration depth with less than 10 ?m and a penetration depth of the highest intensity. Even with such a Laserfacelift runs the Healing process is fast and without complications.

For whom is fractional laser treatment suitable?

Fractional laser treatment is suitable for people who suffer from skin problems or skin aging processes. Since the face is the central part of the overall appearance, special methods for the Improvement of skin quality have been developed, which can be applied to almost any skin type.

Fractional laser treatment is one of the most innovative methods in the field of anti-aging medicine, dedicated to the suitability of diverse skin types. It eliminates not only aging skin, but likewise other disturbing skin changes. Young people can also benefit from effective laser treatment, for example, if they suffer from acne or have scarred skin.

Laser treatment is independent of gender and age. Both women and men, young adults or older people are suitable for laser therapy.

Fields of application at a glance

  • Acne
  • Scars
  • Pigment spots
  • Stretch marks
  • Freckles
  • large pores
  • Droopy eyelids
  • Bags under the eyes
  • Skin damage due to exposure to light
  • Skin aging
  • Expression lines on neck and décolleté

How long does a laser treatment last?

As a rule, laser treatment lasts 15 to 45 minutes. The treatment time depends on the areas of skin to be treated. However, if scars or acne scars are to be removed, several sessions are usually scheduled. Dr. Bernard offers a corresponding consultation in her practice.

What are the advantages?

The advantages of fractional laser treatment are obvious. In a short time, a Skin rejuvenation bring about without the need for surgical intervention. The unique method guarantees immediate results either in one or in several applications. It always depends on the specific problem of the skin.

Those who have sensitive skin can have the respective procedures individually adapted to their own skin. In contrast to other methods for cosmetic treatment of the skin, fractional laser treatment can be every skin type can be treated.

During the treatment, the client enjoys the professionalism of Dr. Bernard in the field of cosmetic laser treatment. In the practice of the experienced doctor is treated only with the latest laser technology worked, which achieved the desired result quickly, gently and safely can bring about. The patient and customer need not expect pain or a long healing process. This is because fractional laser treatment is one of the painless methods in anti-aging medicine. No injections are used for anesthesia, but gentle ointments.

After the treatment occur hardly any side effects occur. There may be slight reddening of the skin, which can be easily covered up if an important appointment is scheduled immediately after the treatment. This redness disappears within a few days. There will be no real downtime after a treatment. Depending on the intensity, the healing process lasts a maximum of 14 days.

Advantages at a glance

  • Treatment is carried out by an experienced medical specialist
  • no surgical intervention
  • Anesthesia is provided by ointments and skin cooling
  • painless treatment
  • outpatient treatment in the practice
  • Ability to socialize: 3 to 14 days, depending on the intensity of the treatment.
  • already a fractional laser treatment can lead to the desired result

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