New non-surgical aesthetic laser with long-lasting results

March 1, 2018

The Virgen de la Caridad Medical Center has added a new non-surgical laser to its aesthetics department, which, acting as a high-powered laser, results in more lasting results. It serves “to attenuate and reduce wrinkles of the lips, crow’s feet, skin blemishes and other aesthetic problems, by means of a safe technique, without contraindications or side effects,” explains Dr. Olena Viter, aesthetic and master’s aesthetic and anti-aging medicine of CMVC.

  • What is the E.A.S.T. and how it works?

It is a non-surgical laser that works with long-wave radiofrequency technology. Plasma is used, through the principle of the ionization of gases in the air, which produces a tiny ray that goes to the area to be treated. When using it, a very superficial and controlled burn is created that creates an eschar that falls off 8 days after treatment and a transitory inflammation after the session.


  • What is the duration of the treatment?

It does not reach 15 minutes and it is only necessary to apply a previous anesthetic cream.


  • Are the results lasting?

When operating as a high power laser the results are more durable. For example, the wrinkles of the lips do not appear until after three years, like the crow’s feet, and in the spots the effect is usually permanent.


  • Does your use have any specific recommendation?

It is important to avoid the sun the weeks before treatment and three months later. For this, you have to use very high protection factor creams.


  • In what kind of problems is it recommended?

In pigmented areas, dermatological lesions, in xanthelasmas, blepharoplasty problems, wrinkles on the lips, warts, moles, ruby ​​points, fibroids, fat cysts, etc. Its use also improves acne scars and stretch marks.


  • Is it a safe treatment?

Yes, because despite a slight injury to the treated area is a technique that does not involve contraindications or side effects, just follow the instructions and precautions recommended.

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