Perfectus fractional laser

Intensive skin rejuvenation treatments using the most modern device – PERFECTUS fractional laser

Additional information


The laser cuts micro-holes precisely and controlled. Thanks to this phenomenon, we can achieve the intended effect, i.e. skin lifting, scar correction or discoloration removal. Of course, we always work differently and at different depths.

Thanks to this, we have the ability to perform both skin mole removal procedures, deep skin resurfacing, superficial peels and internal non-invasive procedures without damaging the mucosa.

The effects of the procedure

The effects of therapy are visible immediately after the procedure – the skin is smooth and tense. However, after about 2-5 months, its quality and density improve. The procedure is performed on the areas: whole face, eye area / crow’s feet around the smoker’s mouth / wrinkles, face oval, neck, shoulders, hands, stomach (especially recommended for women after pregnancy and for people after high weight loss), thighs, knees, buttocks. The treatment is safe, painless, does not affect the surrounding tissues, blood vessels or nerves. Systematic use of laser rejuvenation treatments visibly improves the appearance of the skin and subtracts it up to 10 years.

– skin lifting

– skin thickening

– firming

– stretch marks reduction

– scar reduction

– smoothing the skin reduction of discoloration.

Duration of the procedure

About 40 minutes.

Frequency of treatments

To get the best results, one to five treatments should be performed depending on the patient’s skin condition. A series of treatments are usually performed at intervals of 5-6 weeks.

Local Anesthesia


– resurfacing

– development of atrophic scars

– development of hypertrophic scars

– development of acne scars

– reduction of discoloration

– deep skin lifting increasing skin density and tension

– improvement of the face oval

– upper eyelid lift

– breast lifting

– development of stretch marks

– removal of skin lesions: warts, fibromas.


– active bacterial and viral infections

– albinism

– autoimmune diseases – some cancers

– bullous skin diseases

– pregnancy and breastfeeding

– diabetes

– epilepsy

– photodermatoses

– collagenase

– antibiotic treatment

– psoriasis in the inflammatory phase at the site of the procedure neoplastic and pre-neoplastic skin changes

– sunbathing, using sunscreens (14 before and after the procedure)

– tanned skin (14 days after tanning)

– herpes

– breaking the skin at the place of the procedure

– tendency to develop keloids

– tendency to discoloration

– inflammation of the skin

– use of self-tanning creams

– use of peels (14 days before the procedure)

– oral therapies with retinoids and isotretinoin or steroids

– blood coagulation disorders

– sensory disorders

– fungal infections.

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