Laser Scar Removal
Laser Scar Removal
The story of our lives often shows up on our skin — scars that form from that fall off the bicycle, car accident or from surgery. Normally the body stimulates organized collagen production to heal an injury, however, scars develop when disorganized collagen forms due to an overwhelming healing response. Treatments designed to reduce the effect of scars have been marginal until now.

A Better Solution
Lumenis' UltraPulse Fractional ActiveFX and DeepFX Laser Scar Treatments combine innovations in technology and laser science to bring you a new scar treatment modality that can resolve color abnormalities, improve texture inconsistencies, and do this all with reduced down time and increased patient comfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are scars?
Scars are marks left on our skin from burns, trauma, acne and surgical incisions, and are a part of the body’s natural healing process in response to bodily injury. Normally, the body stimulates collagen production in an organized matrix to mend the injury. However, scars are created when the healing process is overwhelmed and the collagen is created in a disorganized manner, causing thick scar tissue to form.

How do you treat scars?
The best treatment for scars involves treating the full dermal thickness of the scar with DeepFX to create new tissue from within and improve flexibility, and treating the surface with ActiveFX to improve color and texture.

What is ActiveFX?
ActiveFX uses a high-energy beam of laser light that interacts with the skin’s surface causing the upper layer to peel off and regenerate a layer of new skin resulting in improved scar color and texture. The laser beam is applied in a fractional pattern, leaving “bridges” of untouched skin. This technique makes the healing process much faster and enables you to return to normal activities sooner.

What is DeepFX?
DeepFX uses laser microbeams that precisely target the deep dermal layers of the skin. Each laser pulse removes a narrow column of scar tissue and simultaneously creates a controlled narrow band of surrounding injury which stimulates new collagen production deep in the dermis (inner layer of skin). The new collagen is produced in an organized manner, rather than the disorganized collagen matrix of a scar, resulting in the softening and smoothing of scars and improved texture and mobility.
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