The Fraxel Laser treatment in Vancouver is used for a variety of conditions from sun damage, brown spots, pigmentation, freckles, stretch marks to acne and acne scarring.
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Patients, One Proven Technology.
In the decade since Fraxel first pioneered true fractional laser technology, physicians around the world have treated more than 800,000 patients. That’s nearly a million treatments for women and men of all ethnicities, each with their own reasons for wanting to look and feel younger.
How Fraxel Fits
Fraxel is for people who want to look good – and want real results – but don’t want the overly change or extended downtimes that comes with surgery. Fraxel fits into any lifestyle and your current beauty regimen:
- Non-invasive, clinically proven to be safe, easily managed into your routine
- Real change you just can’t get from lotions and creams
- Simple, effective treatment that really reverses signs of aging
To see if the Fraxel laser for acne, acne scars, stretch marks, wrinkles is right for you book your assessment with Dr. Shah at our Surrey (Greater Vancouver) Laser Clinic today by calling 604 580 2464 or use the email form above to contact us.
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Am I at risk of venous disease?
Here are some factors for men and women that indicate if you might be predisposed to chronic venous disease:
- Heredity (family medical history within a family)
- Prolonged standing or sitting
- Heavy lifting
- Hormonal influences
How do compression socks and stockings work?
Gradient compression socks or stockings help improve the blood flow by compressing the veins and making the valves in the veins work more efficiently.
This is done by delivering the highest level of compression at the ankle and gently decreasing this pressure up the leg. Improving blood flow helps the wearer experience immediate relief from tired, aching legs.
How many mole treatments will I need?
What can I expect after laser mole removal?
What is Cellulite?
How do we get Cellulite?
- The swelling of fat cells distend the skin creating the appearance of "orange peel."
- The contraction of the vertical strands of tissue due to hormonal fluctuations or decreased circulation.