Can Fraxel Repair Eradicate Superficial Textural Irregularities?
- Asked by Grace emma in Washington dc 20037
- 4 years ago
Fraxel repair for Textural Skin Irregularities
Yes, one of the benefits of Fraxel repair laser is the improvement of skin irregularities, tone, texture, and color. See the below referenced photos.
Choose your treating physician carefully as the treatment is more than just a commodity.
Good luck and be well.
Fraxel Repair for textural problems
Fraxel Repair was developed for this purpose. By ablating (removing) tiny columns of skin, the body manufactures new skin cells to heal the "wound". New skin cells have not experienced sun damage so their texture is much smoother.
The answer is a big YES! But...
You will not have 100% improvement as Fraxel Repair is a fractional laser and does not remove all the skin surface in one treament, but skips over adjacent skin in pattern. The advantages are that you heal much more quickly than with previous full surface lasers, have much lower risk of infection and can "area-treat" as opposed to being required to laser your entire face.
Fraxel Repair can be modulated as to the level of aggressiveness, giving you far more control over how much downtime you would be required to deal with.
You can achieve a fair level of textural improvement with the Fraxel Restore as well, but you would need a series of treatments. The advantage here is far less, if any, real downtime. If your skin textural problems are more than mild and you are willing to have a week's downtime, then definitely Fraxel Repair is the better option.
Fraxel re:pair is excellent for superficial skin irregularites
The Fraxel re:pair is FDA approve for textural irregularities of the skin. It is great for improving these issues. Please be aware of the downtime and redness. If this is a small issue, lower settings, thereby, less downtime, can be done. Please see a very experienced physician to get this done.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.