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ProFractional Therapy

What is ProFractional Resurfacing Therapy

Wondering how to get smooth, glowing, and beautifully contoured skin? ProFractional laser resurfacing treatments can help you look and feel younger and are versatile, easy, and offer customizable-healing times.

Why Resurfacing/ProFractional Laser?

There are many types of resurfacing laser treatments, but none quite like the ProFractional Laser. It works to tighten, grow collagen, and improve the overall look and feel your skin, all with minimal downtime and recovery.

Conditions Treated

  • Uneven Skin Tone & Texture
  • Large Pores
  • Scars
  • Fine Lines
  • Deep Wrinkles

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How Resurfacing/ProFractional Laser Works

The ProFractional laser sends channels of energy deep into the skin through tiny holes in the tissue which stimulates your body’s natural healing process and encourages new collagen to grow. It treats small parts of the skin at a time to gradually tighten and improve the look of your skin over the course of several months.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do ProFractional laser treatments take?

Depending on your needs, resurfacing typically lasts about 15-30 minutes.

How many ProFractional laser treatments will I need?

Treatment plans will vary, and upon consultation, your laser consultant will map out a personalized treatment plan so you know what to expect ahead of time.

Does ProFractional laser hurt?

During your procedure, you may experience mild pain and discomfort, but it’s well tolerated by most people.

Is there any downtime or recovery time needed?

With this treatment, there may be 3 to 5 days of social downtime required.

What side effects can I expect after my resurfacing laser treatment?

Common side effects of ProFractional laser treatments include a similar sensation to sunburn; redness and a slight burning feeling.

Following ProFractional laser, what skin aftercare should I be aware of?

Avoid direct sun exposure, wear sunblock, use Tylenol if necessary, and make sure to follow any specific aftercare instructions provided.

Will insurance cover this procedure?

Cosmetic procedures are not usually covered by your insurance company. If you have any questions to what your plan covers, it is best to talk with your insurance provider prior to treatment.

Meet our ProFractional Resurfacing Therapy Professionals

Dr. John Arlette, MD, FRCP, Dermatologic Surgeon

With over 30 years operating his own medical practice in Calgary, and over 20 years of injectables experience, Dr. John Arlette is a board-certified dermatologist who is highly sought-after for his technique and expertise. He’s built his career on listening to his client’s needs, developing innovative and advanced skincare techniques, and recommending the most effective treatment plans, cosmetic products, and services.

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