How Does Laser Skin Tightening Work?
Laser skin tightening is a process that uses a laser to enhance the appearance of the skin and treat minor facial flaws. This procedure is performed with the help of two types of lasers: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative laser is used to remove thin layers of skin, while a non-ablative laser is the one that causes the growth of collagen and tightens the skin underneath.
A laser tightening skin procedure can reduce fines lines on the face, making you look younger and giving a smooth appearance to your skin. It can also be used to treat uneven skin tone and improve your complexion, besides helping the treatment of sunburns and scars to a certain extent.
- Liver or age spots
- Skin damage caused by sun rays
- Scars caused due to accidents, chickenpox or severe acne
- Irregular or uneven skin tone or texture
Yes. Laser Skin Tightening can be used to treat any part of the body that may benefit from softer, smoother skin quality, wrinkle reduction, improvement of pore size and texture, or elimination of acne scars. The GentleYAG can provide beautiful firm skin on the face, neck, chest, upper arms, legs and other body areas with no downtime and without the need for potentially dangerous numbing creams.
Lasers Influence Some Existing Body Substances
One reason lasers are influential for skin tightening is that they influence existing substances within the body.
Namely, a laser beam designed to tighten the skin reason cells to heat up, drawing existing collagen molecules closer together.
As the collagen between the skin cells is drawn closer together, so are the cells themselves, causing a tighter appearance to the skin’s surface?
That process can negate some of the natural collagen separations which happen due to the aging process, as well as additional cell degradation caused by other influences.
Although surgery is required to treat some skin problems, many can be treated with lasers if they are caught early enough.
If your skin can be treated with lasers instead of surgery you should choose laser treatment if your choices are narrowed down to those two options. There are multiple reasons you should make that choice. For example, laser procedures do not necessitate long hospital stays or sedation risks. The cost of laser treatment is also likely to be far less than the cost of surgery.