Fractional CO2 Treatment

FRACTIONAL CO2 TREATMENT FOR XANTHELASMA, MILIA, BLACK HEADS, MOLE, WARTS, SKIN TAGS, ETC.

How Fractional CO2 Laser Treatment Work

Max Clinic offers Carbon Dioxide (CO2) laser treatment, which is able to treat a variety of skin condition including:

  • Skin tags
  • Moles
  • Milia (oil seed) around eyes
  • Xanthelasma (cholesterol deposit) around the eyes
  • Skin tag
  • Wart

Xanthelasma Removal

Xanthelasma is a deposit of fat under the skin that is yellowish in colour and are commonly found around the eyelids. They are caused by fat derived from foods – mostly triglycerides and cholesterol.

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Xanthelasma being treated with CO2 laser

Milia Removal

Often found on the face or chest, they are small, raised bumps on the skin and are commonly found in newborns but can affect individuals of any age. They may clear naturally, but persistent cases may require treatment.

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Before and after treatment

MOLE TREATED WITH CO2 LASER

Moles Removal

Moles tend to develop during the first 30 years of a person’s life, and is very common. As you age, moles may change in appearance or become raised, or even develop hairs.

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BLACK HEADS TREATMENT WITH CO2 LASER

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WARTS TREATED WITH CO2 LASER

Warts Removal

Warts from as a result of viruses infecting the skin — this is common and the transmission of the virus depends on several factors, including injury location, virus strength and immune system of the exposed individual.

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SKIN TAGS TREATED WITH LASER

Skin Tag Removal

Also referred to as acrochordon, these are growth that are common on the neck, face and armpits tend to be smaller than a grain of rice. These are harmless, but many opt to have them  removed due to aesthetic concerns.

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Skin Tag

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