C02 laser resurfacing uses pulses of laser light. These beams penetrate the skin’s surface, where water in the skin cells absorbs them.When this happens, the epidermis, or superficial layer of your skin, is vaporized. The dermis, or middle layer, heats up, stimulating the growth of new collagen fibers. As the area heals, new firmer, smoother skin replaces the old layers.
During CO2 laser resurfacing, a cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist can target specific areas of your skin with precision, so the treatment won’t affect the rest of the skin nearby.
Here’s an idea of what to expect on the day of your CO2 laser treatment:
You may need more than one treatment session, depending on the treatment required and intensity of the laser used.
CO2 laser resurfacing can treat numerous cosmetic and medical skin issues, from visible signs of aging and sun damage to scars and skin cancer.
CO2 laser resurfacing can lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It may prove especially effective on:
Not only can it reduce the appearance of wrinkles right away, it also encourages collagen production, which can improve the health of your skin over time.
Exposure to UV light may contribute to visible signs of skin aging, such as:
CO2 laser resurfacing can significantly reduce the appearance of all of the above.
Loose skin above the upper and lower eyelids can cause what’s commonly known as “baggy” or “hooded eyes.”
CO2 lasers can help tighten skin, and they may also help improve eyelid skin laxity and minimize the appearance of baggy eyes.
That said, it may not work on all types of acne scars.
Common side effects of CO2 laser resurfacing include:
Deeper, more extensive resurfacing can leave your skin looking and feeling like it might after severe sunburn. Your skin might also ooze and blister.
CO2 laser resurfacing can occasionally lead to:
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