The clinical indications of dot matrix laser include:
Improve face and neck wrinkles, whiten and tighten skin, shrink pores and improve skin roughness.
Remove skin pigmented lesions, including freckles, solar spots, senile spots, pigmentation, chloasma, etc. Dot matrix laser is the only feasible treatment for chloasma approved by FDA.
It can treat rosacea, telangiectasia and other skin vascular diseases.
It can reduce or remove acne scars and various traumatic scars, including concave, hypertrophic scars or keloids and swelling lines.
The complications of dot matrix laser are not many. In the figure below, the blue represents the traditional carbon dioxide laser, the red represents the traditional erbium laser, and the yellow represents the lattice laser. It can be seen that the incidence of dot matrix laser HSV infection, virus infection, acne and pigmentation after inflammation is much less than that of traditional stripping laser.
Acne, melanin infection, erosion, post-inflammatory pigmentation, erythema, edema and dermatitis, in addition to post-inflammatory pigmentation, their incidence is relatively early, and the duration is not long. Generally, they can subside by themselves within 10 days. Only the pigmentation time after inflammation occurs relatively late, generally after eschar removal, and the maintenance time is relatively long, but most patients will slowly subside in about two months.