Fraxel

How Does Fraxel Work?

Fraxel, or the Fraxel laser, creates tiny areas of thermal damage around the skin. This microdamage triggers the skin into ramping up its natural healing process, producing more collagen and pushing newer and healthier skin cells to the surface. A Fraxel laser is used primarily in the cosmetic treatment of the face. Most Fraxel lasers use a dual laser technology: one laser targets pigmentation and sun damage while the other goes deeper to address issues such as wrinkles. Fraxel lasers come in varying strength with the strongest used on more severe cases.

Conditions Treated by Fraxel (Laser)

Fraxel lasers are used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles and acne scarring. Fraxel is especially effective on deep scarring that affects the surface texture of the skin. Stronger lasers such as the Fraxel Restore are able to resurface the skin to visible effect. Fraxel results in redness and scaling, and it is recommended that you avoid using cosmetics, creams and acne medication in the days following treatment.

Conditions We Treat


We recommend consulting a specialist to help determine if Fraxel is the best treatment option for you.

Acne Scars

Acne scars are the marks left on skin that has been affected by acne. They can be triggered by cystic lesions, picking and scratching. Learn More

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are a natural function of aging that can present at any age and on any type of skin. Learn More

Sunspots & Sun Damage

Sunspots and sun damage, sometimes referred to as liver spots or age spots, are small flat and dark areas on the skin. Learn More

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