Introduction of a Sophisticated Fractionated Co2 Laser with Advanced Cooling System for Facial Rejuvenation
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Dr. Kevin Sadati has added another tool to his age-fighting arsenal. Patients at Dr. Sadati’s Orange County facial plastic surgery practice now have access to a highly sophisticated fractionated CO2 laser with cooling system that creates a younger-looking, revitalized appearance.
The EXCELO2 fractional resurfacing laser offers patients an advanced, noninvasive treatment to decrease signs of aging and sun-damage on the face, neck, décolleté and hands. It helps to reduce the look of fine lines, wrinkles, brown pigmentation, stretch marks and scars, and improves skin’s elasticity and tone. The EXELO2 Fractional CO2 laser provides comparable clinical results to the Fraxel or Lumenis Deep and Active FX lasers with much less pain, risk and a faster recovery time. The high quality German engineering makes the EXELO2 safe, dependable and efficient.
Here’s how it works to rejuvenate skin:
The laser gently creates thousands of minute holes in a patient’s skin. These microscopic holes heal very quickly, thus producing healthy, new skin cells to replace the old, damaged cells and shrinking the loose skin. The heat from the laser also stimulates the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid in the deepest layers of the skin. When these natural substances are present, skin looks tighter, more voluminous and younger. Unless other fractionated Co2 lasers the ExelO2 Laser is equipped with advanced air-cooling Zimmer system that reduces heat sensation at the superficial skin layer. The integration of the Zimmer Cryo 6 Chiller to supply the optimal amount of cooling (down to -30° C) to the epidermis, dramatically increasing patient comfort and decreasing potential side-effects during treatments.
“Fractional lasers offer an effective, noninvasive means to erase years from your face. The EXCELO2 is an exceptional tool that achieves remarkable results, ” said Dr. Sadati. “I’m pleased to provide this cutting-edge treatment to my patients who want to look younger without undergoing a surgical procedure.”
The EXCELO2 fractional laser is a quick procedure that calls for a local or topical anesthetic to reduce discomfort. Patients experience very little downtown following treatment and can usually resume normal activities with a few days. There may be some mild swelling and redness following the procedure, but these usually dissipate in a day or two. Makeup can hide the redness, which resembles a sunburn.
Most patients see results within a week of treatment. For optimum results, patient are provided with Obagi skin care products in order to maintain their beautiful and youthful skin. In addition patients who protect their skin from the sun’s harmful rays will maintain results longer.
Other advantages to the EXCELO2 resurfacing laser include:
The ability to be used safely on darker skin tones, An advanced cooling system to improve patient comfort, A scanner that treats areas of various shapes and up to 4 cm.
Dr. Sadati, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon and gifted artist, performs all CO2 laser treatments in his Newport Beach office. He has a decade of experience helping people look and feel their best.
Patients can learn more or schedule a complimentary consultation by calling (949) 706-7776 or by visiting www.galleryofcosmeticsurgery.com.
About Dr. Kevin Sadati: Dr. Sadati is the medical director at the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery located in Orange County, California. As an artist and sculptor, Dr. Sadati has a keen eye for proportion, beauty and aesthetic harmony, and patients tout his skill for creating natural-looking results. He is board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery by AOBOO, and is a diplomat of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery.
Dr. Sadati’s work has been published in the prestigious American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, and he is a member of American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.