Hair Regrowth

Laser resurfacing is a facial rejuvenation procedure that uses a laser to improve the skin’s appearance.⁽¹⁾

Progress After One Session

Treatment Protocol

Pre-Treatment Procedure

  • Remove any cosmetics
  • Herpes prophylaxis
  • Choose correct eye protection
  • Remove anesthetic cream and entirely dry the skin

Treatment Procedure

  • Test treatment for each patient
  • Use on time cooling if possible

Note: Adjust brightness of the aiming beam

Post-Treatment Procedure

  • Cool treated skin after the treatment (5-15 min)
  • No direct sun exposure or solarium visits for four weeks
  • Sun blocker of SPF 50 is recommended


Before and three weeks after one treatment

Courtesy Prof. Engin Sezer, MD, Turkey


(excerpt only, all contraindications and side effects are listed in the user manual)

  • Isotretinoin or drugs in a similar class
  • Predisposition to keloid formation or excessive scarring
  • Pigmentation changes, skin indentations and textural changes following surgery
  • Systemic steroids (e.g., prednisone, dexamethasone) should be rigorously avoided prior to and throughout the course of treatment


  1. ^ “Laser resurfacing”. Mayo Clinic Patient Care and Health Information. Retrieved 8 May 2023.

Short Protocol

↑ = Increase, # = Treatment
Energy:start at 20-30 mJ

↑ step-by-step until clinical effect appears

Coverage:8 %
Clinical endpoint treatment:edema and erythema after 5-10 min (test spot!), pain of patient can be an indicator

Treatment cycle:1 # every 4-6 weeks
Treatment technique:2-3 passes – not in the same place, directly after each other
Estimated total number of treatments:3-4 #
Expected final result:improved skin appearance
Time of the final result:3-6 months after #
Expect recurrence?yes


  • Do a test spot and wait for 5-10 min to see the reaction
  • Edema and erythema take typically 5-10 min to develop
  • If patient complains of pain or winces repeatedly, fluence is too high
  • It is advised to wait for 5-10 min between the passes


The FlexSys may only be used if the user has been trained to work correctly with the device following the operating instructions. The treatment parameters proposed are merely a non-binding recommendation based on experience with the system and suggestions only! The physician is ultimately responsible for determining the appropriate parameters for each patient.