Laser equipment exploits the action of a light beam that is very special for wavelength and for intensive pressure to the energy released to the tissues.
Precisely for these features they interact with various atom tissue that according to their chromaticity absorb the energy released by the monochrome laser beam. For this particular stage there are no lasers that can treat all injuries because every laser coding a ray light can interfere with only a few atoms of specific tissues.
There were so many products on the market that can treat each specific individual’s injuries.
Before Laser treatment it is important to check with your surgeon the specific injury or part to be treated to avoid unpleasant results or complications. Very dark skin or tanned skin absolutely must not be treated to prevent de-pigmentation of the skin. Who experienced the presence of hypertrophy skin reactions are not good candidates for the treatment. Sometimes the opinion of surgeon requires a pharmacological treatment before making sessions of laser.
Treatment is usually painless and is made with a small sedative or anesthesia using an anesthetic cream except for the treatment through the use of CO2 laser for facial rejuvenation where the general anaesthesia is almost a must.
Proceeding to treat the skin tissue area affected by the injury through a shaped tool ( like a pen) which is placed on the skin. The treatment, depending on the size of the area, lasts from 10 to 30 minutes.
Typically you have reddening skin that diminishes in 24-48hours. Sometimes there is the formation of a crust that falls within ten days. In the case of treatments extensive facial rejuvenation ablative case is necessary to ensure the medication-based antibiotic for about two weeks.
After the treatment it’s always recommended to ignore all exposure to sunlight for about one month in order to achieve a great result.
It is also recommended the use of high concentrate sun protectors.
If you follow closely the recommendations of the surgeon, complications are extremely rare. The most frequent complication is the hyper-pigmentation or the de-pigmentation of the skin that most often is a reversible condition.