Turn Back the Clock
Life experiences have a way of etching themselves onto our faces leaving our skin less than perfect. Time, heredity, and gravity all work together to create fine lines and wrinkles, especially around the mouth and eyes. Over-exposure to the sun, environmental pollutants and lifestyle choices can also act to significantly accelerate the development of these natural signs of aging. Fortunately, fractional laser skin resurfacing is a laser treatment available in Vancouver that can minimize the impact of these negative factors and take years off of your appearance.
The Fractional Laser Therapy Difference
Fractional laser therapy is superior to other resurfacing procedures such as microdermabrasion and chemical peels because it treats only specific areas or ‘fractions’ of the damaged skin leaving the surrounding area intact. These fractions allow the skin to recover rapidly with new, fresh skin. There is little downtime and few side effects. In addition, the results are progressive. Unlike the immediate drastic change produced by surgery, fractional laser therapy results subtly appear over a period of time.
Pacific Dermaesthetics provides state-of-the-art fractional laser skin treatments in Vancouver using Fraxel® technology to correct many dermatological and cosmetic skin conditions. Fraxel lasers are used to treat wrinkles, fine lines, pigmented lesions (such as sun or age spots), uneven pigmentation (such as melasma), acne scars, surgical scars, actinic keratosis and more. The technology has quickly become the industry standard for cosmetic skin rejuvenation. Fraxel lasers have received multiple FDA and CSA clearances and have been found safe and effective in treating many areas of the face and body.
Treatments to Fit Your Lifestyle
The Fraxel family of products, which includes the Fraxel re:store® and Fraxel re:pair® laser systems, offer versatility and a number of unique treatments to ensure each patient obtains the right solution to fit their individual skin concerns and lifestyle. Each type of Fraxel treatment varies in aggressiveness, downtime and the number of sessions needed.