Acne & Acne Scar Revision
For active acne, Fotona’s laser treatment reduces acne inflammation through photoselective absorption and controlled heating effects. The high powered LightWalker laser safely penetrates the skin to an optimal treatment depth to thermally and selectively destroy overactive sebaceous glands.
In addition to its thermal penetration effects, the acne laser treatment also accelerates the healing process and stimulates collagen remodeling, an important step in the long-term treatment of acne.
Gentle & Effective Acne Scar Revision
For treating problematic acne scars, our laser is ideal for gentle ablative scar revision, safely and effectively providing the minimal penetration depth required for light resurfacing of acne-scarred skin, helping to improve skin texture and tone. Unlike chemical peels and dermabrasion, laser skin resurfacing allows the penetration depth to be precisely controlled. The laser gently vaporises micron-thin layers of the acne-scarred surface to reveal healthy, undamaged skin below. Laser resurfacing is a fast, safe and simple procedure.
Skin Resurfacing, Skin Tightening & Lip Plumping
Past skin rejuvenation procedures treated large areas of skin, whether aged or not. But with our revolutionary Lightwalker, the laser light precisely targets imperfections in the skin, leaving the surrounding healthy skin untouched. The heat from the laser energy also stimulates the production of new collagen in the dermis, and the surrounding, untreated skin helps to speed the rejuvenation process.
Utilising this virtually painless, efficient and effective treatment, patients can enjoy firmer, younger looking skin and plumper lips without the need for injectables or botox.
Laser treatments are now a routine procedure for the removal of many types of vascular lesions, including hemangiomas, vascular malformations such as port-wine stains, telangiectasias, venous lakes and angiomas. Independent research shows that over 75% of patients with deep hemangiomas that are treated with Nd:YAG lasers see a dramatic regression in the lesion.