ACNE SCAR TREATMENTS IN KANSAS CITY
LUX 1540 Competitor with Reliant's/Solta Medical, Inc. FRAXEL(R) laser
LUX 1540 FRACTIONAL COMPETITOR WITH FRAXEL(R) 1550 LASER
Tremendous innovation from Palomar Medical with the Lux 1540 Fractional Laser Resurfacing, for non-ablative resurfacing.
NOW FDA APPROVED FOR STRETCH MARKS OR STRIAE
LUX 1540 may work very well for lines, wrinkles, acne scars, pigmentation disorders, sun damage, striae, etc. Often producing very nice results on areas such as, face, neck, V-area of chest, backs of hands, etc. The Lux 1540 is also approved for improvement of stretch marks/striae, but we only consider treatments on limited areas and only on skin types I, II, and III, or light skinned Type IV.
We can only use this laser for treatments on Skin Types I, II, and III, and maybe on very light skin type IV patients(may need test spots for skin type IV). So please make appointments accordingly based on skin typing for lasers.
Even one or two treatments may often help the texture of the skin and improve the skin for cosmetic purposes, but a series of four is recommended along with long-term maintenance.
The Lux 1540 Fractional, the fractional competitor with Reliant's/Solta Medical, Inc. own FRAXEL(R) laser. It can be done with or without anesthetic, but we generally use a topical anesthetic for about 30-45 minutes before the procedure and thus the whole procedure can be made more comfortable and done in about 30 to 60 minutes. Please visit the competitors web site and you will see for yourself what a bargain and time saver that the new ICON 1540 Fractional Laser is for your pocketbook and for your treatment session results.
Many laser operators often require or suggest up to four or five treatment sessions and the ICON LUX 1540 Fractional laser competitor usually requires around three or four sessions in most circumstances for the initial series. Many people have had excellent results with fractional lasers for acne scars, sun and aging damaged skin, lines and wrinkle improvement, along with improvements in stretch marks and striae.
Our Lux 1540 Fractional lasers are always Physician Performed!!
YOUR HAPPIER IF YOU ARE MORE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR SKIN!
Call around the country for pricing of other competitors fractional lasers where they are physician performed and many find there can be a tremendous financial savings with the ICON Lux 1540 FRACTIONAL laser series and in our office it is physician performed.
Palomar developed and patented Fractional Photothermolysis first, ahead of other companies, to create a revolutionary treatment: in non-ablative soft tissue coagulation and skin resurfacing with high efficacy and no downtime.
The Palomar Lux1540 Fractional Laser Handpiece, FDA cleared for soft tissue coagulation, delivers light in an array of high precision microbeams. These microbeams create narrow, deep columns of tissue coagulation that penetrate well below the epidermis and into the dermis, while sparing the tissue surrounding the columns from damage.
The coagulated tissue within the columns initiates a natural healing process that accelerates the formation of new, healthy tissue. Excess pigment and coagulated cellular debris are expelled as the skin is resurfaced.
Throughout the process, the integrity of the stratum corneum is maintained, which helps protect the tissue from infection as it heals versus ablative type lasers. The result: faster dermal remodeling and less down-time in the recovery.
The Palomar Lux 1540 offers greater energy per microbeam (up to 100 mJ), and greater depth of penetration (up to1 mm) than most competing devices. This stimulates quick healing within the surrounding tissue for the most effective chance at long-term dermal remodeling.
The Lux1540 delivers uniform microbeam penetration at all times.
Safety and Comfort
The Lux 1540 delivers its microbeams in individual short pulses, rather than using a continuous wave that can overheat the skin and often cause more discomfort.
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FRAXEL(R) (is a registered trademark of Reliant Technologies, Inc. now Solta Medical, Inc.).