Fotona Singapore is a non-invasive procedure that can be used to treat many different skin conditions. Fotona treatments are quick and painless, making them affordable for those who want an alternative to surgery or injections. The treatment uses laser energy from the Fotona machine to improve the appearance of your skin by reducing redness and inflammation in acne prone areas, smoothing wrinkles around the eyes, mouth and forehead, removing sun spots from age spots and improving pigmentation problems such as melasma.
What is Fotona 4D Treatment?
The Fotona4D Facelift is a non-surgical procedure that lifts the skin around your eyes and mouth, reducing or eliminating fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment is done safely in the doctor’s office with no recovery time needed.
A combination of four different lasers using two wavelengths helps rejuvenate skin by adding elastin to upper layers of skin for lifting effect (elastofibroblast), stimulating collagen formation to reduce fine lines and wrinkles (collagenesis) while nourishing injured tissue to improve healing conditions and stimulate new collagen production (photobiostimulation).
How Does Fotona 4D Work?
Fotona Singapore uses a combination of four different lasers to treat the deeper layers of the skin using two wavelengths. A non-invasive procedure utilizing only light energy, it is safe and effective for many skin issues. The first laser used in 4D procedures is called SmoothLifting which works to lift and tighten tissue in areas such as the jawline, perioral lines and nasolabial folds. Next, FRAC3targets deep lines and pigments to restore a youthful texture and more uniform overall complexion. PIANO technology (Photo Dynamic Aging Inhibitor) has been recently introduced into this mode of treatment for reducing redness with minimal damage during post-treatment erythema. The combined treatment also helps with the creation of collagen and elastin, as well as removing unwanted pigmentation in skin tissue. Lastly, SupErficial is done to remove the damaged upper layers of skin in order to allow better healing for deeper layers of skin.
How Long Does a Fotona4D Procedure Take?
Your procedure will typically take about 30 minutes per area treated, and can be done in as little as one session or over several sessions, depending on your personal goals. There is no pain associated with this non-surgical treatment. You may resume normal activities immediately after your treatment including exercise and swimming. Your results are visible immediately following your session. You will need to wear sunscreen protection daily following treatment to avoid any discoloration which could occur due to sun exposure.
How Do I Know If I Am a Candidate for This Treatment?
If you are experiencing laxity, sagging skin or loss of elasticity, Fotona4D Facelift may be right for you. This procedure is also effective in reducing blemishes, sun spots and wrinkles resulting from aging or sun damage.
4D Facelift works to refine the skin’s upper layers for a more youthful look. The laser treatment can also help to reduce facial puffiness and eye bags, improve pigmentation problems such as melasma or restore an overall glow to the face without extensive downtime associated with surgery or injections.
The best candidates for a 4D Facelift are those who want to rejuvenate their skin without undergoing invasive procedures that cause significant recovery time. Patients in their 40s and 50s typically experience the most benefits from this treatment, although many patients see positive results at any stage in life. Men can treat lines around the mouth and forehead while women gain smoother texture around their eyes and mouth.
What Can I Expect When Undergoing Fotona4D Facelift Treatment?
You should experience no pain during the actual treatment, but some patients find that their skin feels warm and tingly after the treatment.
You should also expect some mild redness around the treatment area after your session. It is typical for facial skin to be red and sensitive to sunlight or UV rays for a few hours following your procedure. This is all part of the normal healing process, but you should take extra care not to expose yourself to the sun until your skin has fully recovered from your treatment.