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Fractional Skin Resurfacing for Multiple Skin Conditions - and Minimal Downtime
Fractional Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing: A simple treatment approach that promotes skin coagulation without requiring costly preparation and cleanup, yet delivers excellent aesthetic results with minimal redness or swelling.
Fractional Ablative Skin Resurfacing: Deep skin resurfacing that lets you control ablation depths for single-procedure outcomes that get people back to their regular activity in as little as two days. The results rival those of fractional CO2laser treatment, with fewer complications, less pain and faster recovery.
Combination Fractional Ablative & Fractional Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing: Palomar has received the first FDA clearance for skin resurfacing procedures using a combination of ablative and non-ablative fractional lasers. Palomar's combination treatments offer a same-day approach to allow the tailoring of depth, coagulation, and ablation to an individual's needs - helping to maximize treatment outcomes while minimizing downtime.
How Fractional Skin Resurfacing Works
Fractional skin resurfacing with Palomar uses laser energy microbeams to create areas of affected tissue that extend through the epidermis into the dermis. These areas can be either "non-ablative" (the laser beams coagulate the affected tissue) or "ablative" (the laser beams vaporize the affected tissue).
Non-ablative procedures are minimal to no downtime procedures, while ablative procedures provide a single treatment option. The body's natural healing process creates new, healthy tissue to replace the areas of affected tissue, resulting in healthier, younger-looking skin.
Palomar's new ablative technology, the Groove™ Optic, creates a unique, grooved line injury pattern on skin that increases ablative tissue coverage while preserving the benefits of fractional column approaches. Come visit us we're conveniently located in East Fort Lauderdale, off of Las Olas Blvd. in the downtown area.
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