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Fractional Resurfacing

I had a Cesarean section and the scar was quite large. I had 3 SharpLight treatment s and the results are amazing! The scar significantly faded and my skin looks much more natural.

Silvi Marina
SharpLight Patient

LEAVE YOUR SCARS BEHIND

It has never been easier to eliminate unwanted scars.

Scars form for different reasons such as cuts, sores, burns, acne and even chicken pox. Their severity also depends on several factors such as age, ethnicity and the location of the scar. The Sharplight treatment is very safe, highly effective and in only a few treatment sessions, your scars can be a thing of the past.

How does it work?

The treatment is unique since unlike traditional lasers that ablate large areas of the skin, the Fractional Laser ablates only a “fraction” of the skin. It does this by ablating micro-columns in the skin. The columns are separated by healthy tissue, which quickens the recovery period. The depth of the micro-columns can be adjusted to reach the source of the scarring. Following the ablation, the body replaces scarred skin with structurally correct healthy tissue, and the scar is significantly less noticeable.

Frequently Asked Questions

A. Although results are apparent after the very first treatment, a minimum of 3 treatment sessions are recommended in order to reach visibly clear results. Treatments can take approximately 20-40 minutes depending on the size of the area being treated.

A. SharpLight’s laser treatments are non-invasive and safe. Depending on the patients needs and expectations, the laser energy can be set to different strengths to affect varying depths, allowing practitioners to provide patient-tailored treatment plans.

A. The advantage of the Fractional technology is that it delivers impressive scar reducing results. The Fractional laser is significantly more gentle than other lasers with tremendous downtime. The best part of the procedure is the ongoing tightening patients experience during the healing process.