Fractional Skin Resurfacing
When it comes to enhancing your youthful glow and boosting collagen production, our fractional skin resurfacing option may be your ticket to clearer, smoother skin. At Golden Laser Aesthetics, we offer both an ablative and non-ablative option using the Erbium YAG laser to address various skin concerns, like uneven skin tone, rough texture, wrinkles, fine lines, acne scarring, or pigmentation concerns.
Erbium YAG Fractional Laser Skin Rejuvenation – Non-Ablative
Our non-ablative Erbium-Yag fractional skin resurfacing laser treatment puts your skin in a healthy state, boosting collagen production and promoting cell turnover with minimal downtime. Laser resurfacing technologies can help improve tone, texture, laxity, and overall skin health. We call this our ‘laser boot-camp treatment,’ recommended in a series of three or more. Our Fractional laser treatment can help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improve the texture and tone of the skin.
Erbium YAG Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing – Ablative
Fractional Skin Resurfacing FAQ
Skin resurfacing boosts collagen production for a more youthful appearance. Skin resurfacing increases cell turnover leading to visible rejuvenating results
Book your complimentary consultation with our aesthetic coordinator to determine if you are an ideal candidate for laser skin resurfacing treatments.
Ablative skin resurfacing removes the outermost layer of the skin to regenerate new, healthy skin, while non-ablative skin resurfacing treatments heat the deeper layer of skin to stimulate collagen production. Ablative treatment requires more recovery time than non-ablative treatment.
The frequency of laser skin resurfacing treatments depends on your skin type, concerns, and sensitivity. We can discuss a unique treatment plan for you during your complimentary consultation. We typically recommend three or more treatments scheduled four weeks apart to obtain the best results and regular maintenance follow-up appointments every six months to one year.
Redness, tenderness, peeling, or flaking could be side effects of laser skin resurfacing depending on the strength of your treatment. We prescribe detailed pre and post-care instructions that reduce the complication risks and side effects.