Indications for Fotona laser facelift are diverse and range from mild correction to complete rejuvenation. The skin’s surface structure and deep dermal connections can be remodeled with simultaneous or sequential application of different Fotona laser modes, which allows the physician to offer a tailored treatment to meet the specific needs of each patient. Results are long-lasting and natural, with no foreign substances introduced into the body. Different types of Fotona laser facelifts are available, and the costs vary depending on the type of procedure performed. However, in general, Fotona laser facelifts are more affordable than traditional facelifts. This makes them a great option for those who want to achieve stunning results without breaking the bank.
Fotona Laser Types
Fotona Laser is equipped with a state-of-the-art, high-performance Er:YAG laser with micron-thermal regeneration for non-ablative treatments and precise ablation control. Fotona’s SMOOTH Technology is a one-of-a-kind, patented invention that combines a non-ablative heat stimulation with a mild dual-tissue regeneration process to provide highly regulated and safe collagen tightening and creation within the tissue. Patients will notice an instant tightening and freshening impact and a lasting rejuvenation effect, making it an excellent choice for maintenance treatments. With additional functionalities ranging from cold minimally ablative peels to hot deep ablative peels and full-field to fractional resurfacing, treatments may be customized to address any unique skin problem and produce extraordinary results.
Nd:YAG Pulse Technology with Patented PIANO and FRAC3: The Nd:YAG laser supplied with Fotona Laser complements the Er:YAG laser’s ablative action excellently by having the capacity to penetrate deeply into the skin and provide heat effects without injuring the skin surface. Fotona’s next-generation, super-extended PIANO mode delivers full-thickness bulk heating for safe and regulated dermal and epidermal tightening while avoiding unwanted thermal injury to the skin.
Fotona’s revolutionary FRAC3 technology generates a fractional pattern that affects several skin layers but selectively targets specific molecules to treat superficial and deeper skin imperfections, inducing neocollagenesis.