Laser applications

Q-switched laser for all skin types

Our Fotona StarWalker MaQX laser can use extremely brief pulses of light, which destroy unwanted tissue by sound waves rather than by heat.

This means there's less risk of scarring or excess pigmentation after treatments. Because of this, it's highly suitable for people with melasma and darker skin types.

Laser mole and skin lesion removal

Our laser can use a powerful ablative mode to destroy moles with minimal scarring. Once the mole is removed, further fractional treatment is applied to help prevent scarring as wound healing continues.

Rosacea and vascular laser

The laser's wavelength and pulse modes target both unwanted vessels such as spider angiomas and broken capillaries and generalised areas of redness as seen in rosacea.

Pigmentation treatments

Laser can fade freckles, age spots, melasma and flat moles.

It can be successful in treating stubborn pigmented areas that haven't responded to IPL/BBL.

Skin cancer and pre-cancer sun damage

Laser has an increasing role in the management of solar keratoses and certain types of skin cancer, especially in areas where a good cosmetic outcome is desired.

Non-ablative fractional laser treatment may reduce the risk of skin cancer in some patients.

Laser scar remodelling treatment

Laser can break down fibrous scar tissue, making it softer, flatter and less pigmented.

It's also useful in helping prevent scarring after surgical procedures in areas at high risk.

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Laser skin rejuvenation

Fractional laser makes tiny channels in the skin which stimulates the development of new skin cells. This results in tighter, smoother skin with fewer wrinkles.

Fungal nail infections

Laser can be a useful treatment for onychomycosis (fungal infection of the nails). Where anti-fungal drug treatment has failed, laser may be able to clear the infection.

Preparing for your laser treatment

Before your laser treatment, avoid sun exposure and medications that interact with light. More information...