ABOUT THE PROCEDURE
Multifunctional laser Erbium YAH MCL 31 Dermablate corrects small facial irregularities by lightly exfoliating the surface of the skin, yet when there are deeper wrinkles or scars, it eliminates unnecessary elements, which helps the skin rejuvenate and create a new layer. Erbium laser is a true work of art, which is designed for skin rejuvenation. It has way more advantages than lasers of previous generations, because it has less of unfavourable phenomenons like pain during the treatment, and it gives even more obvious results. The surface layer of the skin is destroyed during the treatment in order to stimulate cellular immune response, which is why the skin starts producing a new layer. The result of this treatment – swelling and redness on the treated area, but these symptoms quickly disappear. Because it is a fractional treatment, the recovery after is faster, comparing to other skin rejuvenating treatments. Epidermis (surface layer of the skin) is removed so that the deeper layers of the skin (which are younger and smoother) would be reached. Collagen, which gives the skin firmness and stimulates dermis (real skin) cells, is activated during this treatment. Sometimes anesthetic or sedatives are used during the fractional treatment, so that the patients remain vigilant, but calm and sleepy. Dermatologists and plastic surgeons at Sapiega clinic will remove those layers which need to be removed, and they will destroy facial superficial lines and medium deep scars and wrinkles.
Depending on the depth and penetration of the laser and patient’s needs – treatment is divided into groups by number of days, which are needed for skin to form. The easiest and gentlest treatment is fractional skin peeling/scrub, which gives the skin a glowy appearance within 24-48 hours after the treatment. It is recommended for those who want to revitalize the skin in a short time. Treatment with a deeper laser beam penetration demands for a longer period of recovery, preferably to stay at home and avoid sun exposure. More detailed recommendations are discussed with every patient individually.