What is it?
Individuals should consider CO2 ablative laser therapy for a comprehensive treatment of the following skin conditions:
Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia
Epidermal Inclusion Cyst
How it works?
The CO2 ablative laser generates light beam energies that are absorbed by the body’s tissues. Through a narrow range of wavelengths, energy is delivered causing temperatures to increase in the targeted area, without harming the tissues. Healthy tissues replace the damaged skin through the body’s natural healing processes.
CO2 laser promoting the regeneration of new cells
A CO2 ablative laser produces light at a 10,600nm wavelength, during which the tissues absorb body water. The affected tissues evaporate when laser energy increases in temperature. It also generates the thermal stimulation deep within the layers of skin, resulting in the production of new collagen. The CO2 Laser regulates the configuration of energy delivered to the chosen skin area.
What to expect?
After undertaking CO2 ablative laser treatment, the site of the targeted area becomes visibly minor and smooth. The appearance of flakes on the skin naturally exfoliate, revealing healthy pink skin without scarring. No downtime is required, and the patient can immediately return to their daily activities.