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Laser – Pixel Fractional Laser Resurfacing

Rejuvenate damaged or ageing skin and improve pigmentation with this powerful non-surgical laser treatment.

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What is Pixel Fractional Laser Resurfacing?

Fractional Laser means the laser beam is broken up into dots (or fractions) and these dots punch small holes in the skin, which heal with new, improved skin. The heat also stimulates collagen growth. These small laser dots will also slowly punch out pigmentation and scars. The results are variable, but this is a powerful machine. The name Pixel describes how the laser works; it is comparable to the pixelation dots on a TV.

This laser can be used on most skin types, including some darker skin types, which are unsuitable for lights and lasers that are attracted to pigment.

Pixel Fractional Laser Resurfacing is available at our Nedlands and Applecross clinics.

Common names

Pixel Laser, Fraxel laser, Fractional laser skin resurfacing, Dot laser

Targeted areas

Skin texture, Sun damage, Pigmentation, Acne scarring, General scarring, Skin rejuvenation, Sun spots, Skin tightening and Wrinkles

Procedure Information

Procedure Type

Non Surgical

Cost

From $450

Results

Patients usually need between 3 and 4 treatments for the desired results.

Recovery Time

This downtime can be from 1 day to 1 week, the more treatments you have the longer the recovery will be.

Treatable Area's

Face, Decolletage and Hands

Why choose Absolute Cosmetic Perth for Pixel Fractional Laser Resurfacing?

  • Dr Syed has performed over 6,000 laser treatments, making him one of the most experienced in Perth and Western Australia
  • Absolute Cosmetic was one of the first full-time cosmetic clinics in Perth
  • We have an in-house training program to ensure our nurses perform treatments at the highest standard
  • We have a 24-hour on-call service to assist you with any concerns

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk.  Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.

How many treatments do you need?

Four laser treatments are needed on average, although many patients are satisfied after their second treatment. The treatments can be performed 4-8 weeks apart, but the general rule of thumb is as soon as the skin feels fully healed a treatment can occur.

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David Syed

Dr. David Syed graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Western Australia in 1992 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). He is experienced in skin rejuvenation and utilising non-surgical techniques to improve the quality of the skin.

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What happens before the treatment?

Patients should avoid blood-thinning medications and report any recent changes in health.

The area should be clean and dry prior to treatment, with no makeup applied. Numbing cream can be applied and gas can be used to make you more comfortable during treatment, although many patients have said this treatment hasn’t been particularly uncomfortable.

Eye shields will be placed in situ to protect your eyes. A small vacuum-cleaning type device will suck up any dead skin cells. Treatments will take approximately 15-30 minutes and longer for larger areas.

What happens after the Pixel Fractional Laser Resurfacing treatment?

The area treated will look like the pixelation of a TV set. These are usually fine white dots. The area then becomes redder and warmer, like sunburn. Discomfort is usually minimal.

Aftercare instructions are available and you should strictly follow these. Usually, this involves icing and the use of a bland moisturiser. The skin should be kept lightly moist for at least 2 days. Some patients experience peeling and scabbing. Make-up should be avoided until the skin is healed, this is usually up to 5 days.

Downtime can be from 1 day to 1 week. Recovery is usually much faster than Erbium laser resurfacing. You need to be realistic and be aware that this treatment has variable outcomes. The average is usually 3-4 treatments. You should sleep with an extra pillow, upright to reduce swelling and take a daily antihistamine such as Claratyne.

Important: Don’t use any creams on the skin that are not approved by the doctors. If the swelling becomes excessively severe or a fever occurs, please ring the clinic immediately. This treatment is usually well-tolerated.

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