UltraPulse Laser Skin Resurfacing

Discover a new you with our cutting-edge skin rejuvenation treatment in a single session. The main advantage of Ultrapulse is the long-term result from a single treatment administered by Dr Nyla’s team of medical professionals at the Medispa clinics in Cheshire, Liverpool and Harley Street London.

DeepFXTM and ActiveFXTM are part of the UltraPulse® fractional resurfacing solutions of the system, offering you dramatic results on a range of skin ageing concerns, from deep wrinkles to fine lines and uneven skin tone and texture. The Lumenis® fractional laser creates microscopic channels that trigger the process of new collagen and elastic fibre production, while leaving some unaffected skin in between the channels to reduce healing time. The result is deep dermal regeneration that dramatically improves your skin elasticity and appearance. This super technology cannot be replicated by any other device due to its Ultrapulse beams which penetrate deep but quickly causing far less thermal damage to surrounding tissue, but reaching its target much faster.

This isn’t like any other CO2 laser treatment. Traditional CO2 lasers work by completely removing the surface layer of skin to reveal a fresh new layer – it is an effective but unruly approach to skin resurfacing, often resulting in a long recovery process and much higher chance of scarring. With the UltraPulse’s fractional laser technology, we’re able to precisely target deeper layers of skin than ever before, initiating the rejuvenation process without scarring the surface.

After the recovery period is complete, it is common for patients to be amazed by the dramatic improvements to their skin’s appearance. These include:

  • Reduced scarring
  • Reduced appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Tightened skin
  • Eliminated areas of pigmentation
  • Improved skin tone and texture

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Jane from Liverpool experienced our cutting-edge UltraPulse laser treatment and was astounded by the dramatic results.

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Sarah from Manchester was dissatisfied with her skin tone and the appearance of wrinkles. Thanks to this treatment, that’s no longer the case.

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

Ultrapulse - Laser Skin Resurfacing

UltraPulse FAQs

How safe is it?

This treatment is the safest form of laser skin resurfacing available, and can be used on many skin types and colours. However, every patient’s skin is assessed on an individual basis to ascertain the appropriate degree of laser energy it can be exposed to. This ensures we carry out your procedure in the safest and most professional manner possible.

This treatment is not recommended for patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have taken Accutane within the last six months, and should consult their doctor before doing so.

How long is the typical recovery period?

This is the most advanced skin resurfacing treatment available. However, the rejuvenation process still requires time to complete after the procedure. After treatment, swelling and redness similar to a mild sunburn may occur. It takes approximately five to seven days for the new, rejuvenated layer of skin to form. Any temporary remaining side effects can be concealed using makeup.

Post-treatment pain is minimal, and most patients return to work after a week or so. However, this is optional, as there is no medical obligation for a rest period.

It is possible that patients develop a mild breakout of peeling, scabbing and flaking as the new skin develops. These side effects are entirely normal consequences of this procedure and should disappear naturally within two weeks.

In order to ensure a smooth and effective recovery, patients should take special care of the freshly exposed layer of new skin. This includes avoiding direct sun exposure and regular application of sunscreen.

What happens during UltraPulse treatment?

This procedure is performed under local anaesthetic, and the time taken to perform the treatment depends on the requirements of the patient.

Once the treatment area has been fully anaesthetised, we carefully apply the laser until the entire area has been resurfaced. The damaged skin is safely removed to allow fresh, unblemished skin to develop underneath.

Depending on the treatment area, you can expect the session to last approximately 30-40 minutes. During the treatment you may feel a warm sensation as the laser is applied but you should not feel any discomfort.

Contact Doctor Nyla at Medispa (Cheshire, Liverpool & Harley Street, London) for more information on Laser Skin Resurfacing.

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