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Step One: Conditioning
Using an Nd:Yag laser beam to do two passes along the surfac eof the skin. The first pass provides a short stimulus to the skin. The second pass penetrates the tissue, causing deep FRAC3 heating and conditioning the skin for effective fractional treatment therapy.
Fig 2. The R33 Nd:YAG hand piece is used to provide deep heating and tightening of the tissues.
Step Two: Fractional Therapy
Old, worn out skin is ablated away by fractional Er:YAG laser. The precise micro-ablated channels will be replaced by new, tighter and healthy tissue as the new skin forms.
Step Three: Peeling
The skin is ablated with light full Er:YAG beam, which finished the treatment and removes superficial imperfections.