Laser Skin Tightening

Laser technology offers a wide range of tools for facial rejuvenation. Ablative laser treatments are minimally invasive treatments that break the skin surface, and gentler treatments—non-ablative lasers—improve skin quality and tightness without wounding or breaking the skin. Fractional lasers straddle the ablative-non-ablative divide with many common features.

How do non-invasive laser treatments produce results? How long do the results last? What are the potential risks and complications? Read on.

LASER is an acronym that stands for ‘light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation’. Lasers are intense and orderly beams of bright light that can be varied in intensity. Depending on the requirement and the laser beam frequency, lasers can cut through skin, seal blood vessels, gently vaporise or ablate skin tissue or work on deeper layers of the skin to stimulate collagen activity. Lasers are used in various ways to rejuvenate and improve skin tightness, to treat wrinkles, scars and many other blemishes.

Laser treatments can be broadly divided into two categories: ablative and non ablative.

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