What is TwinLightTM Fractional Rejuvenation?
TwinLight Fractional Rejuvenation is a simple 3-step procedure optimized to significantly improve skin smoothness and give it a fresher, healthier look. It is a gentler alternative for treating fine lines and wrinkles with minimal downtime and clean natural results. Using fractional light to rejuvenate the skin can produce an effect that is perfectly graded to your patient's expectations, and offers a degree of control and efficacy that allows for highly precise sculpting of the skin. Treatments can extend from light touch-ups to deep collagen remodeling, ideal for patients who want drastic rejuvenation effects, but are not inclined towards aggressive surgical or chemical alternatives.
How does TwinLightTM Fractional Rejuvenation work?
Past skin rejuvenation procedures treated large areas of the skin, whether it was aged or not. But with TwinLight Fractional Rejuvenation, the laser light precisely targets only areas of the skin where skin ageing has occurred, leaving the surrounding healthy skin untouched. The heat from the laser energy also stimulates the production of new collagen in the dermis because the surrounding, untreated skin speeds the rejuvenation process. This treatment is suitable for all skin types and tones, with minimal patient downtime.
TwinLight Fractional Rejuvenation is performed in three simple steps:
Step 1 - CONDITIONING: An Nd:YAG beam is passed along the surface twice. The first pass provides a short stimulus to the skin, the second pass penetrates the tissue, causing deep FRAC3® heating and conditioning the skin for effective fractional treatment therapy.
Step 2 - FRACTIONAL THERAPY: Old, worn-out skin is ablated away by a fractional Er:YAG laser. The precise microablated channels will be replaced with new, tighter and healthy tissue as the new skin forms.
Step 3 - PEELING: The skin is ablated with a light full Er:YAG beam, which finishes the treatment and removes superficial imperfections. Er:YAG and Nd:YAG wavelengths have complementary effects on the skin. The deep heating of the Nd:YAG beam helps rejuvenate and stimulate the skin, while the Er:YAG beam helps the body form new, tighter skin.
In addition, the ability of Er:YAG lasers to resurface the skin with a variable amount of coagulation has long been recognized as enabling a versatility of treatment styles which are impossible to achieve with any other skin rejuvenation technology.