What you need to know about:

Dual Laser Treatment

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Average Cost:
$255
Recovery Period:
No downtime
Permanence:
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Time it takes:
20 - 30 minutes, and 3 - 5 revisit treatments at 2 - 4 week intervals
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Overview of

Dual Laser Treatment

in Thailand

The dual laser treatment deals with skin issues like freckles, melasma, dark/red pigmentation, wrinkles, etc in a swift and effective manner using a state-of-the-art light which utilizes Copper Bromide (CuBr). This Copper Bromide (CuBr) produces a yellow light of 578nm frequency and a green light of 511nm frequency which facilitates the formation of collagen in the deep layers of the skin, resulting in younger, brighter and flawless skin.

Goals of

Dual Laser Treatment

This procedure is successful in resolving:

1. Vascular Lesions: The yellow light with 578 nm wavelength tallies with optimum assimilation of hemoglobin and tightens only the blood vessels that are earmarked utilizing an intensity of 700W/cm2 devoid of bruising.

 -Some skin problems that can be resolved with dual laser include telangiectasia and nasal vascular lesions.

2. Pigmented Lesions: The green light with wavelength of 511nm is assimilated by melanin and takes out only the pigmented lesion that has been singled out with an intensity of 700W/cm2.

 -Instances: Lentigo, melasma, freckles and dark circles under the eyes.

Price of

Dual Laser Treatment

in Thailand

Average Cost

$255

Price Range

$60 to $450

Pros and cons of

Dual Laser Treatment

Pros

  • Outcomes are visible. It only takes one session to treat most vascular and pigmentation issues. Skin renewal and brightening, rosacea and acne treatment can be equally be pulled off in a few sessions.
  • Contrary to the action of other lasers, it doesn’t cause injury to the surrounding areas around the skin being treated.
  • It generates less heat and results in less pain than other lasers. Patients say that the feeling is like the flicking of a rubber band on the skin. Topical anesthetic can be used for those with low pain threshold, although it is typically not needed.
  • It is appropriate for most skin types and areas of the body inclusive of the face, neck, chest, hands, legs and arms.
  • It is effective for a wide range of pigment challenges, including melasma.

Cons

The treatment is temporary. It can be undergone once in two or three months to prevent the skin from slipping back to displaying the typical indications of aging.

Likely treatment risks and side effects (they rarely happen):

  • acne
  • scarring
  • turning of the eyelid (ectropion)
  • changes in skin color
  • infection

How it works:

Dual Laser Treatment

Lasting only for 20-30 minutes, the Dual Laser is a low-risk and straightforward procedure. Most patients go through this treatment sans anesthesia. They compare the sensation of the treatment to that of a rubber band snapping on the skin, although a topical anesthesia can be used if you need it. A little short-lived warmth may be felt around the area being treated.

Preparation before

Dual Laser Treatment

Pre - treatment

  • Steer clear of tanning or intense sun exposure and make use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen every day for at least four weeks prior to treatment.
  • Keep away from deep facial peel procedures four weeks ahead of treatment e.g. laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, strong chemical peels, etc.
  • Medications that result in skin photosensitivity should not be used three days before treatment at the very least.

Recovery after

Dual Laser Treatment

Post - treatment

  • There may be slight ruddiness on the area that was treated. This will steadily fade away in about 2 hours.
  • You may start using make-up or moisturizing cream after the procedure. If you step out daily, it is important to lather on sunscreen of SPF 30 (or more) to protect your skin.
  • You will be instructed to return for a cycle of 3-5 treatment sessions at 2-4 week gaps, in order to get the best outcomes.

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Dual Laser Treatment

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Patient reviews of

Dual Laser Treatment

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Risks & side effects of

Dual Laser Treatment

  • infection
  • scarring
  • acne
  • the area of the skin being treated may be red, itchy and swollen.
  • skin color change
  • ectropion (turning of the eyelid)

FAQs:

Dual Laser Treatment

How many times would I need to come for treatment?
The number of treatment you will require is heavily dependent on the extent of damage on your skin. It will be necessary for us to consult with you so that we can come out with a tailored treatment strategy and cost structure. The starting point for most patients is four treatment packages. In order to get significant results, more subsequent treatments are needed.


Are there any long term side effects?
Many kinds of safe lasers are available to medical aesthetic doctors. The Dual Laser does not emit injurious rays such as UV light, gamma rays, or X-rays. It can harmlessly be applied to target the lesion with calculated precision.


Is the treatment painful?
Typically, a lesion laser treatment session is only carried out as an outpatient procedure. Majority of patients say they experience a fairly bearable feeling that seems much like the sensation of heated pinpricks. Downtime will be almost non-existent and you should be able to go back to your normal activities seamlessly.


Will lasers fix my skin permanently?
Skin will slowly slip back to displaying the normal signs of aging if you stopped getting periodic laser treatment. The follow up maintenance treatments can take place bimonthly or once in three months. Your dermatologist will help you achieve a supple-looking skin provided that you adhere to the treatment plan diligently.

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