Skin Rejuvenation APPLICATION
Q- SWITCH Nd:YAG LASER (1064 nm) APPLICATION
Non-Ablative Skin Rejuvenation
How does Q – Switch Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm) work?
Q-Switch lasers with four different wavelengths are used for the removal of tattoos, lesions with all types of pigment (color), skin rejuvenation and treatment of vascular (vascular) problems. High energy laser shots are absorbed by pigments without damaging the skin, are disintegrated and taken into the cell and removed from that area. The downtime is fast, has few side effects, and can be applied safely on all types of skin.
How to treat skin spots with Q-Switch Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm)?
With this technique called Q-Switch Nd:YAG (1064 nm), the laser light sent to your skin can only work on the problem area and treat your spots without damaging the surrounding tissues. In addition, freckle and tattoo removal treatment can possible with the same technique. Q-Switch Nd:YAG Laser (1064 nm) is effective on all kinds of skin spots. Although the results vary depending on the skin type and method applied, the spots are mostly removed. It also helps your skin rejuvenate by stimulating collagen production. Skin tension increases, pores tighten, color and tone evens up.
The body areas where laser pigmentation treatment will be applied should not be tanned due to sun or tanning lotions. Darker colored parts of the skin, which are caused by tanning, can also absorb laser beams and as a result, effects such as irritation or water retention may occur on the skin.
How are skin spots formed?
Melanin is the substance that gives our skin its color. Skin spots are the areas where melanin is more concentrated than normal. It is caused by various reasons that melanin accumulates in certain areas in abnormally high amounts and forms skin spots. Some of these skin spots are present from birth. Some of them are caused by aging and some of them are caused by the sun’s damage to our skin.
Q-Switch Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm) which problems and which areas also can be applied?
Having the latest technology Q-Switch Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm) is to apply all over the body;
- Removing any color tattoo (tattoo),
- In the treatment of benign moles,
- Sun and age spots on the face,
- Sun and age spots on the backs of the hands,
- Hormonal spots (pregnancy, contraceptive use etc.) like melasma,
- Treatment of capillaries,
- In skin renewal and rejuvenation,
- In removing acne scars,
- In the reduction of pores,
- In increasing the skin elasticity,
- It is used in the treatment of fine wrinkles.
Is the application painful? After application what kind of a changes are expected on the skin?
The application usually does not require anesthesia. In some special cases, locally effective anesthetic creams or cold air can be used. In spot treatments, depending on the type of application, there may be temporary redness of the skin or crust formation that spills after 1-2 weeks.
While one session is sufficient for multi-surface pigmentations, the intervals for multiple stains are long, with 8-10 sessions with an interval of 2-3 weeks. After the application, care should be taken not to go out in the sun for four weeks and high factor (over SPF 30) sun creams should be used. Wide-brimmed hats should also be used for additional protection from sun rays. In skin rejuvenation, there is a slight redness in the area. The first 48 hours after the application should be avoided from the sun, the pouch should not be made and any cosmetic products should not be used other than tinted BB creams or sunscreens.