RF and Fractional Laser
RF and Fractional Laser for Skin Photoaging
Skin photoaging is a condition of skin damage caused by long-term exposure to sunlight and mainly caused by natural aging, and ultraviolet radiation. Facial skin photoaging primarily occurs on the face. Its symptoms are mostly rough, dry, sagging, deepened, and thickened wrinkles, pigmentation, and black in the exposed parts of the skin. Seriously, it will also cause adverse effects on the patient's facial aesthetics, and will also cause negative emotions such as an inferiority complex and depression in the patient, which is not conducive to their physical and mental health.
For this disease, clinical methods such as radio frequency and fractional laser are often used for treatment. Radiofrequency treatment can promote high-speed vibration and rotation of bipolar water molecules, and heat the dermis through friction. The fractional laser can act on the micro-treatment area of the skin, accelerate the speed of cell regeneration and repair, and improve the aging state of the skin. Both treatment methods can improve the facial aesthetics of patients to a certain extent, and the treatment safety is high.
If RF and Fractional Laser are used together, will the effect be better?
The control group chose radio frequency beauty machines. The patient's face is cleaned, and the degree and type of skin laxity are checked in detail. Determine the area to be treated. According to the specific situation of the patient, the targeted energy value and treatment head are selected to carry out the treatment. During the treatment, apply skin care water and essence to moisturize the facial skin. It is best when the patient's skin is reddish, slightly hot but not hot. Continuous treatment for half an hour, 2 times a month, 10 consecutive treatments as a course of treatment.
On the basis of the control group, the observation group was treated with fractional laser therapy: ultra-pulse carbon dioxide fractional laser was selected. After washing the face, dry it, and adjust the device to dot matrix mode. According to the skin condition of the patient to be treated, select the appropriate parameters. Scan from bottom to top to avoid overlap of spots. When treating the area around the eyes and the weak skin, the energy should be appropriately reduced to avoid discomfort for the patient. Immediately after the operation, the treatment area of the patient has a "gauze-like" dot matrix appearance. Her skin was in a state of slight edema, with local redness and a sense of tightness, and she could tolerate the burning pain. Each treatment lasted 30 min, once a month, and 3 consecutive times constituted a course of treatment. Both groups were treated for 1 course of treatment.
Conclusion of RF and Fractional Laser for photoaging skin
The study found. After treatment, compared with the control group, the incidence of adverse reactions in the observation group was not significantly increased, and the difference was statistically significant (P > 0.05). The data can suggest that the combination of radiofrequency therapy and fractional laser therapy will not increase the adverse reactions of treatment, and has high safety. The reason for the analysis may be that radiofrequency treatment refers to the action of heat waves on the collagen layer of the dermis, which can make its bipolar water molecules in a high-speed, vibrating rotation state, which has a heating effect and repairs the aging collagen layer.
. 755 nm picosecond fractional laser treatment is used for patients, which has a safe and efficient effect on patients with facial skin photoaging. In addition, ultra-pulse carbon dioxide fractional laser can not only effectively improve the photoaging of facial skin. And it has small damage, fast recovery, and no irreversible complications, so it can effectively delay and improve the patient's wrinkles, sagging, pigmentation, rough skin, etc., without adverse reactions, and has high safety.
In conclusion, the combined treatment of radiofrequency and fractional laser can significantly improve the overall facial cosmetic improvement score of patients with facial skin photoaging. It also helps to improve the patient's facial complexion, reduce fine wrinkles, improve pigmentation and other symptoms, and alleviate the degree of photoaging without increasing the adverse reactions of treatment. It has higher safety and better clinical efficacy, and it is worthy of continued application.
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