Our expert says:
Hi Lena, thank you for the question and my apologies for the delay with my response but I have been away at a congress.
There are three types of Fraxel laser technologies and each have their specific indications:
This fractional, non-ablative treatment delivers a gentle yet effective option for skin rejuvenation and resurfacing and is specifically indicated for:
Improving texture, tone, pigmentation and periorbital fine lines—all with minimal downtime or discomfort
Fraxel re:store™ Treatment:
This flagship Fraxel system is the gold standard for non-ablative skin resurfacing and rejuvenation and is specifically indicated for:
Photodamage, mild to moderate periorbital wrinkles, acne scars, surgical scars, melasma and Actinic Keratosis
This fractional treatment CO2 laser is an aggressive treatment for moderate to severe photo damage:
Rhytides (Deep wrinkles)
Moderate to severe wrinkles and furrows in lax skin
Following from the above both can be used to treat wrinkles
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