Q Switched ND:YAG Laser

LASER REJUVENATION WITH Q SWITCHED ND:YAG LASER

Laser rejuvenation treatments with the Q-switched ND:YAG laser utilises multiple wavelengths and Q-switched nanosecond technology for skin rejuvenation, active breakouts, acne scarring, oily skin, large pores and pigmentation problems.

What Can This Laser Treat?

  • Pigmentation, freckles and melasma
  • Pores & skin texture
  • Non-ablative skin resurfacing
  • Acne breakouts and oily skin
  • Acne scar reduction
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How does this laser work?

The delivery of thermal energy to the sebaceous gland also acts to partially “shrink” the gland, reducing sebum production and further acne outbreaks. The laser also speeds up cell activity, helping to clear pigmentation marks from old acne outbreaks. On specific settings it can also help to clear stubborn pigmentation from melasma and certain birthmarks as well as tattoos and unwanted hair growth.

Most patients describe the laser feeling like tiny warm pricks on the skin.

How long does each treatment take?

A treatment typically last between 15 mins, depending on the condition or treatment area.

Is there any pain or downtime?

There is no downtime involved with the treatment and you will be able to go about your scheduled activities immediately. Please note that you should always wear sunblock even if you will not be going outdoors. If you are concerned, you can limit your outdoor activities for the first week post treatment and avoid excessive sun exposure right after the treatment.

For certain patients, some greying/browning/darkening of the existing pigmentation may be expected before it fades off. This is normal and one shouldn’t be worried as it will fade off in time.

How Will I Know if this treatment will address my skin concerns?

Different lasers have different wavelengths to treat different concerns. It’s best to arrange a consultation with the doctor to see which treatment best suits you. No consultation charges.

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