New Technology for CO2 Lasers Gives New Hope for Acne Scars


Acne scars are some of the most complicated skin troubles to combat. The challenge lies in filling deep-seated marks left behind after years of blemishes. Now, new innovative technology tackles this issue from different angles, defeating the stubborn scars.

The CO2 laser with fractional technology is revolutionizing the entire laser industry by vaporizing about 35% of the skin and drilling very small holes (or “columns”) in the rest of the skin. Collagen is then deposited in those tiny columns, allowing for the skin to be remodeled. Depending on the depth of the scars, more than one treatment might be required, although not typical.

Resurfacing technology can also be used for deep and soft wrinkles, age spots, sun damage and other discolorations of the skin.

Smooth, clear skin is within reach with the CO2 laser technology.

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