Exeter Medical are proud to introduce a new CO2 laser for facial rejuvenation and scar reduction. The YOULASER MTcombines two state-of-the-art lasers in one unique platform to offer a range of skin regeneration treatments.
The YOULASER MT is a highly advanced fractional resurfacing laser system and the only such device currently available to clients in the South West. It combines non-ablative laser with ablative laser for the most advanced laser resurfacing system available on the market today. Non-ablative resurfacing laser technology is great for all areas of the body.
Minute sections of the skin’s surface are targeted with laser light which penetrates into the tissue. This causes small columns of thermal damage which in turn stimulates significant collagen renewal. The surrounding unaffected areas of skin tissue aid the body’s natural recovery process, allowing excellent skin renewal results without significant downtime.
Ablative skin resurfacing using CO2 laser technology can dramatically transform the appearance of your skin. It works in a similar way to non-ablative resurfacing but causes increased trauma to the tissue, resulting in a more dramatic effect. Due to the CO2 laser still operating in fractional mode, the interconnected untreated areas between the pinprick treatment zones again promote rapid healing with reduced downtime. After treatment the skin looks immediately tighter due to the process of collagen shrinkage and by the long-term stimulation of fibroblasts that will usually produce new collagen for the next six months.
Varying degrees of intensity can be applied during treatment allowing results to be completely tailored to suit your skin concerns.
The YOULASER MT featuring MIXED TECHNOLOGY is totally unique in its ability to deliver these two Gold Standard lasers (CO2 at 10.6um and GaAs at 1540nm) in a sequential or simultaneous fractional emission, thereby maximizing the advantages of each laser and improving results in just one session. The ability to deliver these lasers independently, simultaneously or sequentially opens up new treatment possibilities and allows a completely bespoke treatment to be tailored to your individual needs:
Professor Campbell brings with him forty years of experience treating patients with varicose veins. He has written many papers, a book and led major research regarding varicose veins.
Jane Benson holds the post of Theatre Manager at Exeter Medical after seventeen years spent in the theatre at the Royal Devon & Exeter hospital; latterly as a Matron in the Plastic and Reconstruction theatre.
Fiona Irvine is a highly qualified Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Exeter Medical.