Non-Ablative Laser

Definition - What does Non-Ablative Laser mean?

Non-ablative lasers are fractional lasers that deliver heat through the skin to help treat many different skin conditions. These treatments help to replace old epidermal pigmented cells and stimulate collagen remodeling. These laser types use less energy than ablative lasers and don’t damage the outer layers of the skin making it a top choice for many candidates.

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Non-ablative lasers are used to treat skin conditions that lie beneath the outer layer of the skin. The heat that these lasers provide to dermal tissue help to increase collagen production and cause skin tightening to help remove the appearance of imperfections on the surface. Non-ablative laser treatments can require several treatments to achieve the desired results.

This method helps to reduce recovery time and potential complications by limiting the patient’s overall exposure to the dermis layers. Patients can return to work the same day, and the office procedure usually lasts under 30 minutes.

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