" We utilize the new Fraxel Dual technology which improves both irregular pigmentation and skin texture with minimal downtime. "
- Dr. Lupo
Bye-Bye freckles! So nice to have an even complexion again!
I love the result and the skincare regimen is so easy to maintain. ~ Amanda
Fraxel Restore Dual Wavelength System is a marvel of laser technology for effective skin resurfacing with a little downtime.
The Lupo Center offers the most advanced Fraxel System to better address pigmentation, wrinkles, acne scars, and surgical scars on the face and body with minimal discomfort. With new FDA approval, Fraxel can also be used for the treatment of pigmented lesions such as, but not limited to lentigos (age spots), solar lentigos (sun spots) and ephelides (freckles). Other specific indications include actinic keratosis and melasma. The fractional laser system safely penetrates the skin down to the dermis without disrupting the skin's protective outer barrier. New collagen is naturally created to provide the skin’s structural support, which through the aging process gradually breaks down causing fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin.
We choose to use the Fraxel system because of its very high safety record and proven results for all types of skin, and because it causes minimal disturbance to the patient’s everyday life during the course of treatment. Our doctors customize the intensity of the treatment level in accordance with the patients needs, giving the patient a choice between superficial, moderate or deeply penetrative treatments. In most cases, the patient can expect dramatic results with smoother, brighter and younger looking skin.
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