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Acne is common in both adults and adolescents and in many cases is sever. It refers to the blockage and infection of pores in the skin and causes swollen, red pimples that can become painful and cause discomfort. Naturally, our pores contain glands that produce sebum, but hormonal imbalances trigger the overproduction of sebum and it is this, combined with dead skin cells and bacteria that cause this unsightly inflammation across the dermis.
Read more about the process, specific laser systems and the clinical results of this groundbreaking solution to acne and acne scar revision below.
For active acne, our systems use the most advanced Nd:YAG laser technology to target and destroy large sebaceous glands.
For acne scar revision, Er:YAG laser technology is used to remove micron-thin layers of skin, so new skin can form in its place as the laser gently vaporises the scarred surface, revealing undamaged skin below.
Having two wavelengths at your fingertips enables you to treat both active acne and scarring. Nd:YAG lasers are precisely controlled to penetrate the overactive sebaceous glands at an optimal, shallow depth. The thermal penetration effects of this laser also stimulate collagen remodelling, which is vital in the successful treatment of acne.
But for those who have permanent scarring as a result of acne, the Er:YAG laser wavelength is ideal to penetrate the dermis to a deeper level. This works to gently ablate the damaged skin with an overall resurfacing effect.
The procedure is safe and effective
Controlled, accurate and precise using the latest technology
Overall skin texture and tone is improved
Ideal for any size surface area
A fast and gentle solution
No medication required
To showcase the clinical results of the lasers we distribute, we teamed up with some key practitioners to bring you visual examples of their work and the outstanding, transformative results for their patients
For more information about the different wavelengths and technology behind these lasers head over to Our Technology page or book a free call back from our team.Book a Call Back