Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing


Medical illustration depicting before-after in Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing and its impact on the skin. A. Before treatment, B. Application on the face, C. Beams applied on the Epidermis and Dermis layers of the skin. D. Skin surface is smoother due to increased Collagen, E. After the treatment.
Low Res file for web and iPad use: 1200x 795px, 72DPI, 430Kb: $AUS400
High Res file for prints: 29×, 300DPI, 23.5Mb: $AUS700
(plus GST in Australia)
Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing renews the skin’s surface, by stimulating collagen production. This pioneering procedure uses a laser to resurface damaged skin. Fractional lasers treat the skin with enhanced micro-pulses of light, which stimulate new collagen production.  It is commonly used in cases such as wrinkles and fine lines, acne scarring, surgical scars, sun-induced damage and aged skin. Fractional lasers are able to treat both the epidermis and the dermal layers of the skin by delivering thousands of very fine columns of laser. This light energy creates thousands of microscopic channels in the skin which are surrounded by areas of healthy, untreated skin. The treated areas stimulate production of new collagen, plumping up the skin and smoothing out wrinkles, lines, scars and other irregularities.While the face is the most common area, Fractional laser can be used in most skin areas.