fractional resurfacing

Fractional Resurfacing
in Willowbrook, IL

Fractional Resurfacing

Treatment
Overview

Dupage Dermatology & Aesthetics offers Fractional Resurfacing in Willowbrook, IL, to patients wanting to significantly improve the appearance of aged and/or sun-damaged skin. Fractional laser skin resurfacing is one of the most effective cosmetic procedures for improving aging skin.

“Fractional resurfacing has really taken away my stretch marks. I no longer have to wear a shirt at the beach to cover my scars”

–Mike

Fractional laser resurfacing can improve the appearance of wrinkles, scarring, and skin discoloration like liver spots, age spots, and sun damage.

What is Fractional Resurfacing?

Beautiful Results
Faster

Fractional laser resurfacing combines ablative and nonablative laser wavelengths for faster healing times. This treats microscopic columns of skin. The treated areas of the skin are surrounded by untreated areas.

What’s the difference between ablative and nonablative lasers? Ablative lasers remove the top layer of the skin and part of the sub-layer to remove damaged skin. Non-ablative fractional lasers (such as the Fotona 4D) keep the outer layer of skin in place, for faster healing and recovery. The body’s natural healing process creates new, healthy tissue to replace the areas of affected tissue, resulting in healthier, younger-looking skin.

Benefits

Why Choose
Fractional
Resurfacing?

Physician Facilitated

Fractional Resurfacing is performed by our professional medical team, including our board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Jessie Cheung.

Procedure Time

Fractional Resurfacing lasts from 30-minutes to 2 hours, depending on the intensity of the treatment.

Deep Rejuvenation

A deep skin resurfacing procedure which stimulates the body to generate new, healthy tissue to replace the areas of affected tissue, resulting in healthier, younger-looking skin.

Transformative
Results

Target the deep causes of aging and let your body do the work to generate new, healthier and younger looking skin.