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Smoothbeam Laser

For Active Acne, Scarring, and Wrinkles

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How does the Smoothbeam Laser Work?


Operates by stimulating the body's natural response to produce collagen through the use of thermal beams. This action helps to reverse some of the collagen loss associated with aging by lifting the indentations caused by acne scars. As a result, the body is prompted to fill in these areas with new collagen, leading to a fading of the scars.

To protect the outer layer of the skin, the laser incorporates the Dynamic Cooling Device (DCD), which provides deep cooling to the targeted area using cryogen spray. Following this, the laser beam is directed at the upper dermis, promoting collagen development in the deeper layers of the skin. By bypassing the outer layer, the laser specifically targets the underlying epidermis tissue. This heating and cooling process occurs within a fraction of a second during each treatment cycle, which is repeated thousands of times.

The inclusion of DCD ensures there is no sensation of burning, cutting, or removal of skin. The laser operates at a deeper level that is not painful or harmful to the body, resulting in only a slight tingling sensation during treatment.

In general 6-8 treatments are required for both acne and acne scarring, performed at intervals of 2-4 weeks. There is virtually no down time for a Smoothbeam laser treatment; the treated skin may appear red for 1 to 2 hours following the procedure.

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