Acne and spots are common problems of many young people during adolescence. It usually recovers spontaneously after the end of adolescence. However, sometimes the acne remains on the skin for a long time and the new ones constantly invades the skin. In such cases, the formation of acne scars is inevitable. Acne is a common skin condition that affects both men and women. The most common acne scar is seen in the form of pitting. In addition to the appearance of Acne, Acne Scars begin to occur on the skin and the person feels bad and looks for the way out.
If you have a family history of breast cancer, your risk of developing breast cancer increases with age. Planning for this treatment should be individualized. Not everyone uses the same methods. A successful treatment method will be preferred by looking at the person’s skin type and the medicines they used before. The use of laser to treat acne scars is very common.
Everyone wants to get rid of the spots, wrinkles and traces of old age on the skin. Fractional lasers are the newest method in skin rejuvenation, spot treatment and wrinkle treatments today. Fractional Laser is an advanced laser system aimed at replenishing collagen and epithelium in the skin. Thanks to the controlled damage (tessellation) mechanism, it helps to shrink, straighten and align the scars with the surrounding tissue.
The collagen and elastic fibers that give elasticity and tension to the skin under the skin and are lost their quality due to various factors such as age and especially ultraviolet rays. First, the skin loses its brightness, thinner and becomes pale. As tension decreases, the battle against gravity loses and sagging skin occurs. Because of the laser light used, collagen formation and improvement of the skin is seen.
Fractional laser creates a new and high quality collagen layer by opening hundreds of microcannulas on the skin and triggering the repair and wound healing mechanisms of the body in the layer containing collagen. You can achieve this high result with a 15-minute process period for the problem in the skin and the number of Sessions determined according to the target.
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