I have light brown skin and i was wondering how long i have to wait to get another treatment done.
How Often Can You Get Non Ablative Laser Done?
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Timeframes for Non Ablative Laser Treatments
Thank you for your question. Initially, nonablative lasers require a series of treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart for best results. After the series is complete and you have seen improvements in your skin, once you start noticing new or increased spots, you may restart treatments. Some people may need maintenance treatments every few months or a couple times a year. Maintenance treatments are required but will vary person to person. Be certain to be under the supervision of a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon with expertise in laser surgery for the most effective and safe treatments. I hope this helps.
Non-ablative laser resurfacing
Not enough details to give you a good answer. Was it Fraxel or some form of erbium? If it is erbium what depth of treatment did they give you and how much recovery time did you have after the procedure? If it was Fraxel a subsequent treatment can be done in 4-6 weeks.
Non ablative Fraxel REstore or Dual treatments for wrinkles
Usually we wait three to four weeks apart in between Fraxel Clear and Brilliant, Fraxel Restore or Fraxel Dual laser non-ablative fractional laser treatments for wrinkles, or sun damage improvement.
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Frequency of Non Ablative Laser Treatment
Non ablative laser treatments are best for people who have limited available down time or have or minimal requirements. Deeper wrinkles and more extensive pigmentation requires a deeper treatment that requires more down time but gives a more significant long term result. You may have endless non ablative treatments that never give a result as good as one ablative treatment.
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