How Does Medlite C6 Work?
With its non-invasive energy waves, the laser is able to promote collagen building and treatment of a plethora of skin-related concerns. Our clinic offers a set of treatment options including Medlite to deliver exceptional results. The laser does this by using photoacoustic waves to help vibrate collagen fibers and revitalize one’s skin.
The Medlite C6 laser is approved by Health Canada and has long been accepted as a top-tier technology for skin rejuvenation.
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About the Procedure
The treatment uses the Medlite C6 laser to target distinct spots on the skin to rejuvenate it. The spots will be assessed beforehand to ensure maximum value is offered to the patient. This laser can treat the hands, face, neck, and chest.
The session will require 45 minutes to complete, with an additional 5–6 sessions spread out with 3-4 week intervals as deemed necessary. Patients are welcome to come in for additional treatments upon the completion of their initial set of sessions.
This treatment is non-invasive and will not cause pain. It uses volumetric bulk heating to maximize collagen building and initiate healthy skin growth. Patients often describe the procedure as offering a tingling sensation once the laser goes to work. If desired, the specialist will provide a mild topical anesthetic to reduce sensation in the area.
Medlite is accepted as an extraordinary laser and will not damage the skin at any stage of the procedure. It works with all skin types, including tanned skin. This is a safe and effective treatment option for patients wanting revitalized skin.
Yes, the MedLite C6 Laser is considered safe when used by trained and experienced professionals. The laser’s Q-switched technology targets pigments without causing significant damage to surrounding tissues.
The MedLite C6 Laser is generally safe for most skin types, including darker skin tones. However, individual factors and skin conditions may affect treatment eligibility. A consultation with a qualified provider is recommended.
MedLite C6 Laser treatment may cause mild discomfort, often described as a snapping or tingling sensation. Most patients find the procedure tolerable, and the discomfort is usually brief.
The downtime after MedLite C6 Laser treatment is generally minimal. Patients may experience temporary redness, swelling, or minor crusting at the treatment site, which typically resolves within a few days.
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