Fotona SP Dynamis is an innovative laser machine that is capable of treating an array of non invasive laser treatments for the head, body, and even feet. The treatments range from non-invasive wrinkle reduction in the face and neck to HotSculpting, a treatment that reduces fat and tightens the treated area in 2 steps: fat reduction and skin remodelling. The second step in HotSculpting is non-invasive skin tightening. Let’s take a closer look on what this step entails.
How do Fotona Non-Invasive Laser Skin Tightening Treatments Work?
Fotona laser treatments for laser tightening use a Nd:YAG under Piano Mode to slowly generate heat into the subcutaneous layers of the skin. The thermal effects of the laser to the dermis produce increased elasticity in the skin while immediately displaying signs of improvement even after just one session. Piano Mode increases activity in the cellular structures of the skin by promoting the stimulation of collagen. Increased collagen provides added support to the form and condition of the skin. The support provided by collagen generation can be seen visibly as lines and wrinkles are reduced and skin is tightened.
Piano Mode deliver laser heat to the dermis by activating a process called photo-thermolysis. This process modifies the dermal structures by increasing cellular activity in the treated areas. Selective photothermolysis targets specific areas on the body by emitting laser energy to the surface of the skin with Fotona’s proprietary hand piece in a painting motion over the treatment area. Piano Mode is absorbed into the skin by its Super Long Pulse, which delivers energy safely without ablation and induces the thermal effects of bulk heating to the treatment area.
What Are Treatments Like?
Piano Mode laser skin-tightening treatments are non-invasive and require no downtime. Patients may experience the heating of the treatment area with minimal discomfort. The thermal heating of the tissue cells induces thermally activated modification in the dermis. Fotona Laser skin tightening treatments require no post-op care, and patients can resume normal activities immediately after their procedure.