Fraxel® Dual Zaps Sun Spots
The Fraxel Dual laser system used commonly to treat acne, wrinkles, melasma, and scars, has recently been approved by the FDA for use in the treatment of pigmentation problems, such as age spots and sun spots. The skin care specialists at the CENTER for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery in Beverly Hills are experts in the use of fractional skin resurfacing procedures and are excited for the new indication for the Fraxel Dual.
What is Fraxel Dual?
The Fraxel Dual laser skin resurfacing system is in fact a dual system—it is two laser systems in one. A non-ablative fractional resurfacing laser, it stimulates the natural healing process of your skin and triggers it to produce new, fresh skin with less visible sun damage and lighter pigmentation. The Fraxel laser also penetrates deep enough into the skin to stimulate the creation of new collagen, which is what gives your skin a youthful appearance. The Fraxel Dual treatment generally only requires a few quick treatment sessions to give optimal results and has no downtime.
Fraxel Dual Indications
The Beverly Hills skin specialists at the Center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery have used the Fraxel Dual Laser regularly for a number of indications, including the treatment of:
- Surgical scars
- Actinic Keratosis
The addition of sunspots to the list of indications for the Fraxel Dual makes it an all-purpose laser that can treat nearly every facial skin condition. Another plus? The Fraxel Dual can be used on patients of all skin colors.
Call the Beverly Hills Skin Care Specialists For a Consultation
If you are looking to diminish the appearance of sunspots, wrinkles, acne, or other skin conditions, contact Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS and his team to see if the Fraxel Dual laser treatment is right for you. Experts in fractional skin resurfacing, the Beverly Hills skin care specialists are waiting for you to call (310) 657-2203 today to schedule your initial skin care consultation.
For more information on fractional skin resurfacing, contact the Center today.