Amazing Skin Rejuvenation Results With Fractional Laser
The fractional laser can tone the skin, remove spots, eliminate wrinkles – all in one short visit. Dr. Sessa has had some amazing results with this new skin resurfacing treatment and most people return to their normal daily routine the next day with only a tanned appearance. Contact our team to learn more.
The Benefits Of The Fractional Laser:
- Immediate shrinkage of damaged skin
- Little discomfort with topical anesthetic
- Minimal downtime (5 days)
- Softening of fine lines and wrinkles
- Removal of age and sun spots
- New collagen production for up to one year following treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What is MiXto SX Micro Fractional C02?
C02 is a carbon Dioxide laser that cosmetic surgeon have used for more than 25 years in the Aesthetic industry. Cosmetic surgeons use fractional lasers for skin resurfacing treatment of conditions such as fine and deep wrinkles, scars of various origin, uneven pigmentation and dilated pores. When the C02 beam of light comes in contact with the epidermis it heats and vaporizes the skin tissue, instantly removing the superficial layers of the skin, scars and wrinkles while smoothing out the surface of the skin. The skin remodeling occurs with new skin and collagen growth. MiXto SX stands for the Mixture between C02 energy and fractional resurfacing, the SX stand for surgical because the Laser can also be used to make a very clean incision without bleeding.
2. How is this different than other laser treatments?
The MiXto SX gives the Physician more control to regulate the depth of penetration and the amount of heat delivered by the beam. The high speed scanner, driven by a patented pending algorithm divides the treatment area into four quadrants or fractions and skips the beam from quadrant to quadrant so that each strike is separated by the longest possible interval. Dr. Sessa repeats this process until he treats the entire area. Dividing energy this way allows maximum time for thermal cooling of the tissue, less pain for the patient and faster recovery! Compared to traditional resurfacing of the past this is a big step in technology for the patient and the physician!