Le laser ablatif fractionné

Fractional ablative laser

Fractional ablative laser

The fractional laser is used to treat:

  • Wrinkles
  • Acne scars
  • Stretch Marks

The laser emits light, in the case of fractional lasers it takes the form of a micro-beam.
This results in small pits in the skin, separated by spaces of healthy skin.
These healthy skin intervals allow faster healing by stimulating the natural cell regeneration process.

We use 2 types of fractional ablative lasers:

  • Co2 laser
  • Erbium laser

The expected results:

  • Smooth, less wrinkled skin
  • More radiant complexion with attenuation of brown spots
  • Improving acne scars
  • Attenuation of stretch marks
  • Look more rested
  • Reduction of wrinkles and fine lines

Things you should know:

  • An anesthetic cream is applied to the area to be treated 1 hour before the session.
  • Anticipate anti-herpes prevention, if history of herpes, in case of treatment on the face.
  • Tingling or even burning sensation during the session.
  • Appearance of small crusts on the treated area which disappear in 3 to 4 days.
  • Skin tightness and discomfort for several days.
  • It is essential to protect the skin from sun exposure during the entire healing period.
  • Several sessions are necessary to obtain an optimal effect. It takes an interval of 4 to 6 weeks between 2 sessions.
  • During a preliminary consultation your expectations will be analyzed and all the explanations will be given to you as well as a quote to help you make your decision. Informational pamphlets about the prescribed procedures will be issued to you on the day of the consultation.
  • Informational pamphlets on the prescribed procedures will be issued to you on the day of the consultation.

Book a consultation

Laser ablatif fractionné

Consultation with Dr Catherine Larnier
30 min
120.- CHF
Fractional ablative laser – The Session
30 min
250.- CHF
Fractional ablative laser – Full Face
30 min
800.- CHF
Fractional ablative laser – Multi zones
30 min
On quotation
0.- CHF

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