CO2 fractional laser treatment of scars

  Fractional laser is not a kind of laser, but refers to a working mode of laser. As long as the diameter of the laser beam (spot) is less than 500μm, and the laser beam is regularly arranged in a lattice shape, at this time The laser working mode is dot matrix laser.

  This term was first proposed by medical professionals, and now it generally refers to CO2 distributed laser technology (CO2 lattice); lattice laser is a laser emission mode. A special image generator is installed in front of it, this image generator can change the emission mode of dot matrix laser. The dot-matrix laser emits through a high-focus lens and scans these parts to achieve more than six kinds of rectangular patterns, which are respectively used for skin treatment of different parts. The image generator can isolate small amounts of thermal damage. The tissues between such damages are not affected, and this part of the skin can be used as a diffusion area to avoid side effects such as heat damage, and at the same time promote the healing process of the skin. One-time treatment can be reduced, the heat damage to the skin can ensure the effectiveness of the treatment, and the pain of the patient can be reduced so that the patient can return to normal in a shorter time.

  CO2 fractional laser treatment of scar advantage

  1. Using the internationally leading microporous lattice technology (aperture diameter of 0.1mm), the epidermal trauma is small, and the patient’s recovery time is shorter.

  2. Computer controlled scanning precisely, multiple graphic settings, maximum scanning 15X15Xmm treatment area, faster treatment

  3. Balanced point-by-point scanning, rejecting the extra heat loss caused by overlapping light spots.

  4. The computer accurately controls multiple levels of energy, which can be adjusted step by step, making the treatment more precise and safer.

  In the treatment of scar hyperplasia, non-surgical methods include laser, scar sticking, pressure clothing, drug application, etc. Surgical methods include scar incision, skin grafting, dilator, skin flap, etc. “Either the effect is uncertain, or the secondary trauma is serious and can be highly effective. There are few methods to treat large-scale scars comprehensively.”

  Ultrapulse exfoliative CO2 fractional laser technology has not been widely understood by burn specialists from all over the world. On the one hand, it was mainly used for the treatment of small scars before, and the effect was accurate. However, how effective is it used in patients with large scars? Domestic and foreign experts have little experience; on the other hand, there have been experts who used this technique improperly, resulting in postoperative Infection and scarring are more serious, leading the industry to doubt the technology. It is only in recent years that the importance of fractional laser technology for scar treatment has gradually been recognized by the academic community.

  The new weapon of “love and fear” by experts from all over the world, coupled with the “brains” of the burn doctors of Shanghai Electric Power Hospital, has produced miraculous effects in their hands. The hospital used the new technology to perform nearly 100 cases of minimally invasive surgery for burn scars, achieving an effective rate of more than 99%. The pain and itching of the patients were significantly alleviated, the appearance was significantly improved, scars reproduced, and postoperative infections hardly occurred. This is the gospel for burn scar patients.

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