CO2 & Fractional Laser

Skin spots develop due to sun sensitivity, so treating them in the winter months would be the most appropriate choice. Depending on the depth and duration of the spot, suitable treatment is selected and can be addressed during these seasons. Treating spots in winter followed by appropriate protection in summer can prevent them from darkening again. The treatment method for the spot and the protection program are planned and applied by expert dermatologists.

CO2 Laser

CO2 laser treatment is a method for safe, controlled tissue ablation. The wavelength of this laser can be absorbed 13 times faster in water compared to CO2 laser radiation. This rapid vaporization/ablation of water in the tissue does not cause continuous damage to the skin and does not create nonspecific heat damage.


It allows for the controlled peeling of the upper layer of the skin, the epidermis, leaving behind a new and smooth skin surface from aged and damaged skin. While all facial wrinkles can be treated with skin rejuvenation procedures, it is known as one of the best treatment methods, especially for wrinkles caused by sun damage around the lips and eyes. Acne scars, scars from surgeries and trauma can be treated. Many benign signs of aging on the face and body can also be easily treated. Redness and flaking may be visible on the skin after the procedure, and the use of sunscreen is recommended thereafter.

Fractional Laser

These systems affect both the upper layer (epidermis) and the lower layer (dermis) of the skin. Fractional laser is a CO2 laser. In fractional laser, microchannels are created in the skin without peeling the epidermal tissue, allowing treatment of both the epidermis and dermis. As the tissues around these microchannels remain intact and there is no thermal damage, rapid healing occurs. These very small wounds create contact and heal like wounds in other parts of the body, leading to skin rejuvenation, tightening, wrinkle reduction, and minimizing acne scars in the top layer of the skin. Fractional lasers are devices capable of emitting 169 laser beams of microns in a 1.3cm² area simultaneously. Collagen fiber regeneration and restructuring continue for a year after the procedure.


The procedure does not require anesthesia and is a painless process, although it may cause a slight burning sensation, which is much less than that of epilation. There may be redness and sensitivity in the treated area afterward. The sensitivity disappears within the same day. Redness starts after the application and disappears within 24-48 hours. A very mild flaking may occur after 48 hours, which will disappear around the 4th day.

Depending on the issue, treatment can be repeated in 3-6 sessions at intervals of three to four weeks.

Treatment of Acne Scars with Laser

The scars left by acne can be minimized without surgery. With fractional laser, the scars can significantly reduce within an average of 3-6 sessions. The short downtime after the application, i.e., the redness period, allows patients to return to their daily lives easily. Besides fractional laser, ablative peeling with CO2 laser can also be performed, which leads to a longer redness period.

Treatment of Surgical Scars, Keloids, Burn Scars with Laser

There is no method in medicine that can completely eliminate scars. However, with fractional laser, raised scars from the skin can be softened, brought to the level of the skin, and their redness can be corrected. Even mature scars can be improved. It is highly effective in reducing the sequels caused by burns and in softening grafts.

Facial Rejuvenation, Wrinkle Treatment

Fractional laser is a highly effective treatment method for making the skin better, vibrant, and eliminating wrinkles. While superficial and moderate wrinkles can be removed with this treatment, deep wrinkles will lighten. Pores tighten and become smaller. It is necessary to have 3-5 sessions with intervals of 3-5 weeks.

Hand Rejuvenation

Regular fractional laser applications result in improvement in wrinkles on the hands. Dark-colored lesions in this area can also be removed with CO2 laser.

Treatment of Moles (Nevus) with Laser

Moles can be treated either surgically or with lasers. Moles to be removed with lasers should be benign. Epidermal and dermal nevi can be treated with lasers, while lesions with very deep roots and skin cancers should be surgically removed. Benign moles can be treated with CO2 laser without leaving any scars in a single session.

Treatment of Spot with Laser

Spot treatment is a time-consuming process, and the type of the spot is crucial. Sunspots trigger this condition. CO2 lasers can treat sunspots, melasma, pregnancy spots, and age spots.

Treatment of Age-related Lesions

CO2 laser can treat senile keratosis, hyperkeratosis, papillomas, and other age-related lesions.

Treatment of Stretch Marks with Laser

Stretch marks are a type of scar resulting from the rupture of the skin and subcutaneous tissue. There is no complete treatment for marks like there is for scars, but the visibility of stretch marks can be reduced over 5-6 sessions with a fractional laser.