Are you self-conscious about an uneven complexion, sun damage, wrinkles or scars?
Treatment with a fractional CO2 laser (CO2RE) – considered the optimum approach for laser cosmetic surgery – may help to eliminate lines and wrinkles around the eyes, lips, forehead and cheeks. It can also rejuvenate skin that shows signs of damage due to ageing, sun exposure or scarring.
Dr Joseph Rizk, an experienced Plastic Surgeon based in Sydney, specialises in the use of laser resurfacing to improve the appearance of:
Laser resurfacing with a fractional C02 laser can be tailored to suit your skin type, and will leave you with younger looking, smoother and softer skin.
Compared with more invasive laser resurfacing devices, a fractional laser only affects a fraction of the skin – delivering tiny pinpoints of laser light to the targeted area. Treatment with a fractional CO2 laser leaves healthy skin within the treated zone, allowing faster healing and reduced recovery time.
Using a fractional CO2 laser, Dr Rizk can precisely target your skin’s surface, middle and deep dermal layers, meaning:
Dr Rizk advocates the National Law and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) guidelines that any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Laser Skin Resurfacing is also known as fractional co2 laser treatment. It is a non-surgical treatment for individuals who want to restore or improve their skin texture, remove deep acne scars or increase the thickness and firmness of their skin.
Laser Skin Resurfacing involves the removal of the damaged top layer of the skin. By removing the layer with blemishes, scars and marks, the skin appears renewed and fresh. The effectiveness of fractional laser treatment varies and is based on the current skin condition of the individual. Modern skin conditions such as pigment discolouration, wrinkles and skin texture irregularities may be treated successfully with noticeable improvement after the brief swelling, redness and possible peeling subsides.
Laser Skin Resurfacing may not be suitable for those with current acne problems, autoimmune disorders or darker skin complexion.
If you want smoother, clearer skin and a more refined even skin tone, book a fractional co2 laser consultation with Dr Rizk and his cosmetic professionals today.
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