Blepharoplasty is a procedure performed on the upper and/or lower eyelids to remove or repair excess skin that may/may not obstruct the field of vision.
Blepharoplasty treatment can be performed as non-invasive or invasive procedure depends on severity of the patient’s condition.
Blepharoplasty with CO2 laser
Blepharoplasty with CO2 laser:
Blepharoplasty is the third most common aesthetic surgical procedure performed in the United States. CO2 can treat Dermatochalsis, Blepharoptosis and eylid ectropion.
Treat lax eyelid skin and if necessary, treat fat and muscle.
How does it work?
Pixel CO2 Focus Applicators Cut & Coagulate with perfect control, ideal for surgical applications. Alma’s Focus applicators combine cutting and coagulation into a single setting.
Both work synergistically, allowing you to perform both actions without having to switch applicators or parameters during procedures.
In “cut” (ablation) mode, short pulses emit high peak power, causing immediate ablation of tissue. In “coagulation” (thermal) mode, a longer pulse emits low to modest power, generating heat, which causes blood vessels and tissue to shrink. This sequential-action pulse allows physicians to achieve optimal tissue incision or excision cutting with minimal bleeding as well as reduced patient downtime.
Skin, subcutaneous tissue, fat and muscle are easily incised. Defocusing the laser beam permits coagulation.