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When it comes to laser skin resurfacing in Newport Beach, Orange County physicians consider Fraxel the gold standard; it’s a favorite of patients too. The Fraxel laser is known for its ability to achieve superior results with fewer unwanted side effects than traditional CO2 lasers. Dr. Bonakdar offers the Fraxel re:store® DUAL laser to treat mild to moderate wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars and blotchiness.
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The Fraxel re:store DUAL laser can improve wrinkles, pigmented lesions (such as age spots), uneven texture, melasma and acne scars. With 2 different wavelengths to address the superficial and deeper skin, Fraxel DUAL safely treats the face, neck, chest, hands, forearms, arms and legs. Like the UltraPulse® laser, Fraxel DUAL is a fractional resurfacing technology, meaning it treats only a fraction of skin at a time.
Dr. Bonakdar is exceptionally well trained in the use of laser technology. She was one of the first physicians to use Fraxel in Newport Beach and has lectured and trained other physicians in the correct use of laser equipment. Her experience and skill ensure that you will get the most out of your treatment in a safe, comfortable environment.
Prior to your Fraxel procedure, a topical anesthetic is applied. You will also have the option of oral medication. During the procedure, as the Fraxel handpiece is passed over the skin, an air cooler will blow cold air onto the treatment area. One session typically takes 30 to 40 minutes. A series of 3 to 5 treatments spaced 3 weeks apart is recommended.
The results from your Fraxel treatment in Orange County will be both immediate and progressive. You should notice an instant improvement in your overall skin softness and clarity. There may be some minor pinkness to your skin after treatment, but this can easily be covered with makeup and will subside shortly. After a few weeks, you will find that your skin is significantly more radiant and younger looking.