Postoperative, posttraumatic, chickenpox scars removal
If so far you have had concerns about your scar from surgery or chickenpox , but nothing has helped, we offer you a solution to the problem and the discomfort you have. The procedure for removing scars with fractional CO2 laser is a modern technology that allows efficient and fast removal of scars or significant reduction, in cases of deeper or protruding scars. This type of therapy successfully treats postoperative, post surgical and post-traumatic scars, burns or trauma scars, acne scars and chickenpox. Almost everyone has had the nasty chickenpox disease and we know that after recovery it leaves dents on the body and face. The use of the laser removes the most superficial layers of the scar, which leads to its flattening and poorer visibility. It also works in depth by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, which renew the skin and help make the skin and scars look even better.
How does the CO2 laser procedure work?
Before starting the procedure, a local anesthetic is placed on the work area and wait for it to take effect. The procedure itself takes from 15 to 50 minutes depending on the size of the scar.
Before undergoing a CO2 laser procedure, it is recommended to follow these pre-treatment rules:
Do not use products containing retinoids;
Avoid excessive sun exposure 2 weeks before the procedure;
Stop taking medications such as ibuprofen, aspirin and even vitamin E, as this can lead to prolonged clotting;
Consult a dermatologist to find out if you are a good candidate for fractional CO2 laser treatment.
What should I do after the procedure?
After the CO2 laser procedure, you should apply sunscreen to protect your skin from harmful sun rays. Also, be sure to use a gentle cleansing and moisturizing cream twice a day and avoid any harsh products. It is best to limit the use of makeup products, because they can irritate the skin even more.
To relieve swelling around your face, you can try placing an ice pack or compress on the treated area for the first 24 to 48 hours after treatment. The specialist performing the therapy may prescribe a cream for you to apply during the recovery period. You may need to avoid strenuous exercise, which leads to sweating and swimming, which can lead to infection.
How many procedures should be done for the best result?
Depending on the severity of your skin condition, you may need to go through about one to three sessions. These treatments can be performed at intervals of four to six weeks.
|Postoperative, posttraumatic, chickenpox scars removal||PRICE|
|Postoperative, posttraumatic scars||from 100 lv.|
|Chickenpox scars removal||from 150 lv.|
|Single scar/up to 2cm/||60 lv.|
|Post-burning scar||from 100 lv.|