LASER SKIN REJUVENATION
Laser skin rejuvenation can be performed on the face, neck and decolletage (chest) but hands, arms and legs can be treated as well.
Laser Skin Rejuvenation treatment covers a wide range of conditions:
- Smoothing fine lines
- Shrinking skin pores
- Fading pigmentation such as sun spots and freckles
- Shrinking capillaries and spider veins
- Hair removal in dark skin or in cases resistant to IPL
- Major improvement to acne and helps in acne scarring
- Rosacea control
Both of our Fotona lasers are capable of performing laser skin rejuvenating treatments.
For post-treatment instructions, please visit the Post-Treatment Instructions page.
FOTONA SP DYNAMIS
Fotona’s SP Dynamis laser system is designed to perform all major aesthetic treatments.
The SP Dynamis is a highly versatile, multi-purpose aesthetic platform as it is capable of producing two laser wavelengths. The SP Dynamis can perform an exceptionally wide range of applications in aesthetics, surgery and gynaecology.
Fotona's Nd:YAG wavelength is effective for reaching the deepest layers of the skin, while the Er:YAG wavelength is ideal for surface treatments to reveal visually attractive, long-lasting results.
Fotona’s Starwalker laser system is a powerful companion to the SP Dynamis.
Combining four complementary wavelength, the StarWalker is a highly versatile, multipurpose system that performs a wide range of applications in aesthetics and is an industry leading tattoo removal laser system.
The StarWalker is capable of delivering powerful Q-switched energy pulses for treating epidermal and dermal pigmented lesions, and includes long-pulse infrared modes for enhanced vascular treatments. StarWalker’s technology combines the high energy capabilities of traditional nanosecond lasers with the ultrashort pulse peak powers of newer picosecond lasers.
Q-switched (or "quality-switched") lasers are able to generate very short pulses (nano- or pico-second pulse durations). As the pulse durations are very short, the targets absorb the laser energy and heat up so rapidly that the target is physically disrupted (photodisruption). This is the mechanism, for example, by which large tattoo ink particles are broken down into much smaller sized particles, allowing the body to clear them.