What is laser?
LASER stands for “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation”. A laser emits a ray that generates a relatively strong amount of energy that can burn away certain undesirable tissues. Now fairly common in dermatology, many treatments based on laser technology, such as laser skin rejuvenation, can improve the appearance and texture of skin.
Inovo Medical’s aesthetic clinic offers a broad range of photorejuvenation treatments. Our team has studied the various types of laser equipment in order to offer you a treatment that goes beyond expectations.
In order to choose the laser treatments that best correspond to your needs, we recommend that you meet with our professionals specialized in dermatology for a private consultation.
Full list of treatments
- Onychomycosis (nail infection, fungal infection)
- Veins, Spider Veins, and Varicose Vein Removal
- Mole and Pigment Lesion Removal
- Micro-Laser Peel
- Non-ablative skin rejuvenation
- Ablative skin rejuvenation
- Wart removal
- Vascular Lesion Removal
- Stretch Mark Removal
- Scar Removal
- Full Beam & Fractional Treatments (currently not available)
- Laser Hair Removal
- Vaginal canal tightening
- Female incontinence (currently not available)
- Benign Lesions Removal
Fotona SP Dynamis
The Fotona Laser is the best on the market. It is currently the only laser in the industry capable of treating all skin types. It has the programming to adjust to more than 60 treatments, ranging from acne scars to vaginal tightening, to toenail fungus. The Fotona Laser is the most high-end laser technology in the industry to date. It is to this fact that is owes its badge of 2018 Aesthetic Winner.
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Disclaimer: Results will vary among individuals, and there is no implication that you will heal or receive the same outcome as patients herein. There could be pain involved. The information in this website is offered for educational purposes only and does not imply or give medical advice. The photos used may be models and not patients.