Laser Resurfacing

Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing improves and rejuvenates, uneven, acne damaged and scarred skin as well as wrinkles and fine lines. The Erbium YAG and UltraPulse CO2 Lasers are very effective treatments for scarring. There are several options available, from moderate to complete rejuvenation. Book a consultation to discuss which options are best for you.


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Ultrapulse: the most powerful CO2 laser in aesthetic medicine

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Why suffer with problem skin, thanks to our Pixel, Erbium YAG and UltraPulse CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing treatments that will be a problem of the past. Skin lasering is typically to the face but other areas of the body can be treated too, such as the neckline, torso and legs.
It is important to explore and discuss all options because although the Pixel laser is more well-known, Erbium YAG and UltraPulse CO2 treatments may offer a more suitable treatment and result for you.

The treatable skin complaints- using Pixel, Erbium YAG and UltraPulse CO2: Brown Spots,Sun Damage, Uneven skin tone, Acne Scars, Wrinkles and fine lines.

It is easy to rejuvenate your skin with Pixel, Erbium YAG and Ultrapulse CO2 treatments. Pixel is an ablative treatment and takes away the top layer of the skin stimulating new skin growth.
Erbium YAG skin remodelling and UltraPulse CO2 treatments are ablative too but UltraPulse CO2’s TotalFX (as it is a combination treatment) goes deeper than Erbium YAG to achieve more extensive results.

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We offer 3 types of treatment – Pixel alone for skin rejuvenation, Erbium YAG and the Ultrapulse CO2 laser for scars and open pores.

ActiveFX – The practitioner guides the laser over the whole face as a single pass, removing the top layer of the epidermis and heating a layer of tissue below it. It is used to improve the appearance of superficial lines and sunspots.

Ultrapulse DeepFX Fractional – This laser penetrates deeper into the skin and is used to target specific areas of the face and deeper wrinkles. Usually 1-3 passes over the treatment area.

Ultrapulse TotalFX – This is a combination of the two procedures. ActiveFX is used first to improve the whole texture of the face and then DeepFX Fractional is used to target deeper wrinkles.

The treatments are quite safe and usually the patients have an uneventful course. The more aggressive the treatment option the more swelling and redness and the longer the downtime.

The softer laser treatments take approximately 20-30 minutes such as a full face Pixel. For the Erbium Yag and Ultrapulse CO2 laser it takes 30-45minutes once the treatment starts.

You may see some visible peeling. If you do it will be after 3-4 days the top layer of skin peels off revealing new, healthy, younger skin underneath. With Pixel depending on the intensity you should be back to normal within 2-3 days. Erbium YAG laser takes approximately 5-7days. More extensive Ultrapulse CO2 treatments may take longer.

Erbium YAG treatments are usually completed as part of a course. You can achieve visible improvements in acne scars after just 3-4 treatments.

Most patients will see good results after just 1 session with Ultrapulse CO2 laser treatments but it takes 6-12months to realise the full results. Some opt to further enhance the results with a second session 6-12 months later.

After treatment, your skin will look as though it has been sunburned. You will need to keep it well moisturised for 7-14 days and can start wearing make-up again on day 3-5.

Ultrapulse CO2 laser treatments will need more time spent at home and out of the sun as your skin rejuvenates.

IPL technology generates red or blue light pulses. This light is flashed on to the skin penetrating the tissue, the body then removes the damaged tissue leaving the skin fresh and more youthful. IPL treats the damaged superficial layer of the skin, while delivering thermal energy to deeper tissue. Clinical studies are now available to measure the effect this energy has on collagen.