ProFractional Resurfacing

Treatments for

Younger & Cleaner Skin

ProFractional is a quick and comfortable laser procedure with little-to-no downtime, used for improving the overall appearance of your skin.  ProFractional uses a laser microbeam to treat thousands of pinpoint areas of your skin.  Because only a fraction of the skin is directly treated with the laser, healing time is quick and downtime is minimal.

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Frequently Asked Questions

ProFractional can be used to improve a wide variety of skin conditions.

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Post-traumatic scars
  • Acne scars
  • Age spots
  • Sun Spots
  • Freckles
  • Aging and sun-damaged skin

If you are looking for younger looking skin or to improve scars, wrinkles or sun-damage in a comfortable treatment with a fast recovery, then you may be an ideal candidate for ProFractional.

Most skin areas can be treated. Popular areas are the face, neck, chest and hands.

ProFractional is a fast, comfortable procedure that is done in your physician’s office. The procedure normally takes 15 – 30 minutes depending on the condition and the size of the area being treated. A numbing cream may be applied prior to your appointment to aid in comfort during the procedure.

ProFractional is typically done in a series of 1 – 4 treatments, spaced 3 – 6 weeks apart, depending on your needs. Your skin care specialist will personalize a treatment plan based upon the level of improvement you desire. You may also combine ProFractional with a MicroLaserPeel or other popular aesthetic procedures to further enhance your treatment results.

Immediately following the procedure, you may experience a mild redness, resembling a light sunburn sensation. Complete healing takes about 1 – 3 days and most patients can return to work and apply make-up within 1 – 2 days after the treatment.

It is very important to follow your skin care specialist’s post-treatment instructions. Your skin will be more sensitive to ultra-violet light after the procedure, so you must avoid direct sun exposure until fully healed. You should always use some level of sun protection to avoid sun-damage and premature aging of your skin.

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