Treat wrinkles, scars, and sun damaged skin
Major advances in technology have created what promises to be the gold standard in the restoration of sun damaged and aging skin with the ProFractional™ Laser, now available at Rejuvené.
The original CO2 technology was the only option for effective non-surgical skin rejuvenation for a period of time. This procedure often presented difficult to manage side effects such as a lengthy healing periods and irregularities in pigment distribution. Due to the frequency with which these issues occurred, this treatment was never introduced at Rejuvené.
How does the ProFractional™ Laser work?
The ProFractional™ Laser is so called because it selectively targets only a fraction of the surface of the skin. The laser energy creates microscopic channels deep into the dermis of the skin, destroying aged and damaged tissue, and leaving surrounding areas untreated. These zones of untouched skin stimulate the natural healing process of the body while the destruction of damaged tissue triggers the production of new collagen. The process can produce dramatic improvement with greater comfort and accelerated recovery time.
Ranging from subtle to dramatic, the benefits of Profractional™ Laser Resurfacing include:
- Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
- Improved skin elasticity and texture
- Reduction of pigmentation, including age spots
- Diminished scars
- More vibrant, healthy looking skin
Results don't lie:
Can ProFractional™ Laser Resurfacing be combined with other treatments?
At Rejuvené we have multiple options of combination treatments that can be utilized in this procedure. As an example, our Encore Elite system consists of a BBL™ PhotoFacial, a MicroLaser Peel™, and a Profractional™ Resurfacing all in one session. This provides the ultimate in outcomes. Treatments can be adjusted in many ways to meet each individual's needs and skin restoration goals. Appropriate for use on all skin types and colors, ProFractional™ Laser Resurfacing is today's best choice for high level rejuvenation of the skin.