Fractional Laser Treatments

We use a laser which is a complete skin rejuvenation system for our fractional ablative and non-ablative laser treatments, with reported less downtime and less pain than some other laser technologies on the market.

Despite popular belief, the term “Fraxel” is not the treatment name, but is a company name or brand of fractional treatment.

Our system includes a 1540 nm or 1440 nm non-ablative fractional laser and a 2940 nm ablative fractional laser for skin resurfacing, as well as an optimised light handpiece for the treatment of pigmented and vascular lesions.

A medical approach to laser treatments

Only trained nurses are permitted to operate our laser system at our clinic, under the direction of Dr Milovic.  Dr Milovic will discuss with our nurses the appropriate laser treatment in each case, and detailed notes will be taken for each treatment.  Each patient must also sign a consent form before treatment will commence.

Each laser treatment is performed in a fully equipped procedure room, including emergency trolley in the unlikely event of an emergency.

As a Plastic Surgery practice, we have your safety in mind when performing any treatment, whether it is surgical or non-surgical procedure.  Too often, laser procedures are performed by untrained and unqualified operators.  Like choosing a surgeon, price should not be the only motivation when you are considering a laser procedure.

Conditions treated

Our combination of laser technologies can be used to :

  • improve skin tone and texture
  • rosacea (redness)
  • hyperpigmentation
  • treat wrinkles and fine lines
  • acne scars
  • stretch marks
  • broken capillaries
  • scars
  • pigmented and vascular lesions

What is special about our laser system  is that the right amount of ablative or non-ablative fractional treatment can be customised to fit each patient’s needs for facial rejuvenation, as each patient has different preferences for speed of treatment, downtime and the number of treatments they’re willing to undergo.  And, patients who have scars and stretch marks can be treated at the same time.