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Carbon Dioxide Laser Resurfacing

Fractional C02 Treatments

Carbon Dioxide Laser Resurfacing

C02 Pen Treatments

Revitalise Your Skin for a Youthful Glow

  • Personalized Approach - Unlike traditional facials, our non-invasive treatment offers a personalized approach to address specific skin concerns.
  • The use of specialized devices allows for customized treatment based on individual needs, ensuring optimal results

Single session & package options

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Face

1 treatment

£540

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Face

3 treatments

£1345

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Surgical Scar

1 treatment

£350

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Laser Surgical Scar

3 treatments

£890

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Face

1 treatment

£540

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Face

3 treatments

£1345

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Surgical Scar

1 treatment

£350

Fractional CO2 Laser

Deka Smartxide 

Laser Surgical Scar

3 treatments

£890

Deka Smartxide Laser Carbo Dioxide Therapie

Thanks to its long tradition in CO2 production, with SmartXide endorses the latest evolution in CO2 laser systems from DEKA, providing users with maximum levels of effectiveness and treatment possibility for any skin condition.

Benefits of CO2 laser treatment

  • Improves fine to moderate wrinkles
  • Surgical scars & Stretch marks
  • Can treat liver spots
  • Cares for uneven skin tone
  • Can treat sun-damaged skin
  • Fix acne scars
  • Can fix chickenpox scars
  • Good for mild scarring
  • Treats actinic keratosis
  • Treats seborrheic keratosis
the latest and greatest

Deka SmartXide

A unique CO2 laser source with exclusive PSD technology to achieve performance levels never attained before in dermatological applications.

FAQs

The CO2 Fractional resurfacing laser is carbon dioxide laser which precisely removes deep outer layers of damaged skin and stimulates the regeneration of healthy skin underneath. The CO2 treats fine to moderately deep wrinkles, photo damage, scarring, skin tone, texture, crepiness and laxity.

The exact time depends on the area that is being treated; However, typically it takes two hours or less to complete. This timeframe includes an additional 30 minutes for topical numbing to be applied prior to treatment.

The CO2 is the most invasive laser treatment that we have. The co2 does cause some discomfort, but we ensure that our patients are comfortable throughout the whole procedure. The sensation that is often felt is similar to a “pins and needles” sensation.

After your skin heals, which may take up to 3 weeks, patients will experience a period of their skin appearing slightly pink. During this time, you will see improvements of skin texture and tone. Full results can be seen 3-6 months after the initial treatment, once the skin has completely healed.

Improvements from an CO2 laser treatment can be seen for many years after treatment. Results can be prolonged with diligent use of SPF+, avoided sun exposure and with the correct at home skincare maintenance.

The CO2 can be treated on specialized areas, such as the eyes and around the mouth; However, the most popular areas to treat with the IPL laser are the full face and neck.

Yes, there is downtime associated with a CO2 laser treatment. Plan for 7-10 days for healing before you can go out in public. Your skin will scab and peel 2-7 days after treatment, and will be pink for 3-4 weeks. The exact healing time varies between person to person.

Most patients only need one CO2 treatment to see results; However, some patients with deeper wrinkles or scarring may need multiple treatments to see results.

Like any medical procedure, there are risks associated with a co2 laser treatment. During your consultation your provider will make an assessment to ensure that you are the right candidate for the co2 laser treatment. If you experience any worrisome side effects after and IPL treatment, please call the practice immediately.

An CO2 laser treatment may not be safe for those with certain health problems. An CO2 laser treatment is not recommended for patients who are currently taking Accutane. Those with a history of difficulty healing or scarring are not candidates, as well as those with bleeding disorders. Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding are not a candidate for the CO2 laser.

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