Randwick Surgery

(02) 9399 6444

Narellan Surgery

(02) 4627 2000


Photorejuvenation can restore and reinvigorate your skin

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Photorejuvenation is the process of restoring or rejuvenating a skin condition with laser light energy and is available here at GMC Cosmedical.

Age and sun damage on the skin manifests in 3 main ways, the appearance of visible and broken capillaries, increased or irregular pigmentation (hyperpigmentation), and the loss of collagen that supports the skin with the formation of wrinkles.

Rejuvenation of the skin of the face, neck, chest, arms and hands is now possible by using the recently introduced BBL (broad band light) Systems of laser therapy. This special light is scanned across the area being treated, reducing or removing these signs of damage, leaving the skin looking clearer, smoother and healthier.

How Does It Work?

All laser and BBL systems work by specifically targeting undesirable features to remove them. This is done by a process called “selective Photothermolysis”, which means using selected wavelengths of laser light that will pick out that target damage and selectively remove it.

For example, to remove red capillaries selectively without affecting other structures in the skin you need to select a wavelength of light that is best absorbed by red only (the colour of your target, the capillaries). Similarly, to remove abnormal skin pigmentation another wavelength of light is selected that is best absorbed by dark colour only (the colour of your target, abnormal skin pigmentation) so that when it is applied to the skin surface will be selectively absorbed by this alone to remove it while leaving other skin structures unaffected.

It’s about stimulation rather than removal

Laser and BBL systems can also be used to stimulate (rather than remove) and there are, for example, some wavelengths of light that can be used to stimulate the fibroblast cells (the cells that produce collagen and elastin) in the skin, enhancing the amount of collagen and elastin there. By using these concepts in photorejuvenation technology, it is possible to select three wavelengths of light (one for capillary removal, one for pigment removal, and one for collagen stimulation) to be applied to the skin simultaneously to achieve these desired results together. Since this reduces or removes the sun and age changes seen on the skin it can be correctly described as a rejuvenation treatment of the skin by BBL laser.

What conditions can be treated?

A wider range of unsightly conditions can be treated with photorejuvenation therapy:

  • Pigmentation
  • Freckles
  • Broken capillaries
  • Rosacea
  • Poikiloderma (couperose)
  • Wrinkles
  • Sun and age damage on the face, neck, chest and hands

How Long Will The Benefits Last?

If properly cared for with sensible sun protection and the use of special creams at home the results will be long lasting and should improve further with time. You will be guided and assisted through every stage!

Photojuvenation Sydney

For more information on our range of cosmetic treatments and services, please contact our Randwick Surgery on 02 9399 6444 or our Narellan Surgery on 02 4627 2000 or contact us online.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services may carry some risks which you can discuss with our doctor.

Randwick Surgery

  • (02) 9399 6444
  • Medical Suite, Ground Floor, Phar-Lap Gardens
    34 – 52 Alison Road
    Randwick, NSW, 2031
  • Tuesdays to Fridays 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Mondays Closed

Narellan Surgery

  • (02) 4627 2000
  • 16 Somerset Avenue

    Narellan, NSW, 2567
  • Tuesday to Fridays 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Mondays Closed