WHY CO2 DOT FRACTIONAL

A number of technologies are available, including traditional CO2 lasers and newer fractional technology. CO2 laser technology has been known as the gold-standard in skin resurfacing for over 15 years. New CO2 lasers that harness fractional technologies offer outstanding results with considerably less downtime as in the past. Traditional laser skin resurfacing treatments often meant up to a month of recovery. New fractional technologies often provide the desired results in a single treatment with rapid recovery in a few days to a week or two, depending on the intensity of the treatment. Hence, the marriage of CO2 and fractional technologies is the new gold standard for laser skin resurfacing.

The CO2 DOT FRACTIONAL laser offers optimal delivery of thermal energy to the epidermis and upper dermis with a pattern of laser light causing minute perforations in the epidermis while leaving the surrounding skin intact. The result is quicker healing and less patient discomfort as the patient's own collagen works synergistically with the procedure to rebuild collagen which effectively tightens loose skin and large pores, giving a more youthful appearance within weeks and continued improvement over time as collagen continues rebuilding.

Spa Bella Medispa has hand selected the EQUINOX CO2 Fractional Laser System for premium results. The EQUINOX CO2 Fractional Laser offers a superior solution for rejuvenating and resurfacing the skin. This fractional laser can be used effectively to treat fine lines and wrinkles, acne and surgical scars, skin pigmentation and discoloration, sun damage, pre-cancerous as well as benign lesions and uneven skin texture.

The Eclipse EQUINOX CO2 laser enhances the laser technician's skill to deliver dramatic, visible improvement in a single treatment. EQUINOX can resurface compromised or damaged skin in order to provide rejuvenation with excellent improvement of fine lines and wrinkles, acne, surgical scars, skin pigmentation or discoloration, sun damage, pre-cancerous and benign lesions.