It is a method of precise and controlled damage of skin utilizing a laser light beam, which is 1/10th the diameter of a hair follicle.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) beams vaporize microscopic columns of tissue deep in the skin,
penetrating to the deeper levels of the skin to stimulate production of younger
The newest ablative lasers use a fractionated light beam that preserves columns of normal
skin which aids in healing.
It can improve facial imperfections such as:
Additional benefit of CO2 laser for skin resurfacing is facial skin tightening through heating and stimulation of dermal collagen.
Full face LASER resurfacing takes about 30 minutes.
A topical numbing cream is applied on the face for 1 hour before the procedure. The total
time in the clinic is about 1.5 hours.
Treatment schedule and duration of benefit depends on the condition being treated and its severity.
Treatments are done 3-6 weeks apart , depending on your skin type and condition.
Most patients tolerate the procedure very well after a one hour application of topical
anaesthetic cream. It feels a little warm and prickly towards the end of the procedure.
Laser resurfacing can be done at almost any age on people with skin damage from aging, sun
exposure and scars
Excessive and direct sun exposure should be avoided.
Broad Spectrum Mineral Sunscreen SPF 40+
Detailed information regarding the procedure and post-procedure care will be given
Dr. Pragati Shubha is a registered ENT surgeon from one of the pioneer institutions in
India. She has always had an inclination towards Rhinoplasty and Facial Plastic
Surgery. This led her to attain the highest honours in the field from India and Europe
(Austria &Italy). She has trained in Rhinoplasty under the mentorship of Dr.
Brajendra Baser, one of the pioneers of Rhinoplasty in India and a renowned
International faculty in the field of Rhinoplasty and Facial Aesthetic Surgery. She broadened her expertise by attending International workshops in Europe. She also has a fellowship in Functional and Aesthetic Rhinoplasty under Dr. Ignazio Tasca (Imola,Italy). Dr Pragati is actively involved in extensive research and keeps herself
well- updated with her subject. She has been the organising secretary over the last 3
years of International Rhinoplasty and Facial Plastic Surgery conferences . Her
understanding of the rising trend for non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments, led her
to undertake a Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine. With her dedication and a robust
team you can be assured that you will achieve the best and most natural results, be it
precise surgical procedures or the much sought after non-surgical procedures.
She is also a member of the:
Association of Rhinoplasty Surgeons (India)
Indian Society of Aesthetic Medicine (ISAM)