Spectra MDF Resurfacing
Skin Resurfacing with Spectra MDF by Lutronic
Lutronic has introduced innovative technology with the multi-depth Spectra MDF handpiece. MDF fractional skin resurfacing is a more aggressive treatment approach for acne scarring, active acne, and enlarged pores. MDF skin resurfacing is also a great go-to for fine lines, wrinkles and treats skin laxity on the face and neck. Patients with more signs of advanced wrinkles can be treated with a more aggressive approach for notable skin improvements. Treatment sessions are adjustable to match the goals of fractional skin resurfacing. Depending on the aggressiveness of the treatment, patients will likely have 2-5 days of downtime with redness and minor swelling. Spectra MDF skin resurfacing is clinically proven, and FDA approved for the use on all skin types and colors. Using the Hollywood Spectra MDF laser during MDF Fractional Resurfacing treatments can effectively reduce atrophic acne scarring, minimize enlarged pores, and fully rejuvenate your skin.
Our medical providers use the multi-depth fractional (MDF) laser device created by Lutronic, which enables them to choose varying depths of focus. This selective targeting approach addresses your specific concerns and significantly reduces discomfort and downtime, making it a revolutionary treatment option compared to skin resurfacing treatments.
What is Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Treatment?
MDF Fractional resurfacing is a cosmetic treatment that is non-surgical with minimal downtime. Our experienced medical providers use this state-of-the-art laser technology to refresh and enhance the skin’s texture. This treatment method involves light energy pulses to trigger collagen production in your skin. Consequently, it effectively minimizes the visibility of skin imperfections.
How Does Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Work?
The Hollywood Spectra MDF Fractional procedure uses laser energy to create tiny micro channels in your skin’s surface, which triggers the body’s natural healing response and encourages collagen production for skin rejuvenation. Enhanced collagen production helps to restore your skin to a more youthful appearance with less skin imperfections.
How Many MDF Fractional Resurfacing Treatments Are Needed?
The number of MDF Fractional resurfacing treatments you require will depend on your skin concerns and desired outcomes. Our MDF packages come with three sessions spaced four weeks apart.
Who is an Ideal Candidate for the Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Treatment?
The MDF Fractional Resurfacing treatment is highly recommended and proves to be efficient in diminishing skin imperfections for people of all skin types. This treatment is suitable for those struggling with active acne, acne scarring, enlarged pores, and other skin-related concerns. This procedure stands out because of its minimal recovery period compared to other alternatives, making it a highly sought-after option.
What is the Recovery Period After a Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Treatment?
Following the MDF Fractional Resurfacing procedure utilizing the advanced Hollywood Spectra device, you can expect a speedy recovery with minimal downtime. During the healing process, some patients may encounter mild redness and petechiae, characterized by tiny reddish-purple spots that appear due to bleeding underneath the skin in the treated area. Typically, these symptoms subside within two to five days post-treatment.
Is the Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Treatment Painful?
The MDF procedure is widely known for its ability to provide a comfortable experience for patients with minimal pain or discomfort. The comfortable experience is due to topical anesthesia prior to the procedure. While some patients may experience a slight sensation of heat or sunburn for up to 24 hours after the treatment, this is generally a mild and manageable side effect.
What are the Key Benefits and Results of the Spectra MDF Fractional Resurfacing Procedure?
- Increases collagen and elastic production
- Eliminates the appearance of age spots and sun damage
- Diminishes skin imperfections
- Reduces the appearance of atrophic acne scarring
- Treats active acne
- Decrease of post-inflammatory erythema and hyperpigmentation
- Reduces the size of enlarged pores
- Refines skin texture and tone
- Less downtime compared to ablative fractionated lasers