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Co2 Fractionalised Laser Skin Resurfacing (FLSR) 



Laser resurfacing may be used to improve the appearance of or remove:


  • Wrinkles.

  • Superficial scars caused by acne, surgery, or trauma that are not growing or that are getting thicker.

  • Colour (pigment) changes or defects in the skin, such as liver spots (lentigines), port-wine stains, or café-au-lait spots.




ActiveFX is the latest advance worldwide in the treatment of aging skin. In essence; it is possibly the most advanced fractional laser procedure presently available in the world today and it can be performed in a single treatment with minimal patient downtime of about 4 to 5 days.



People with lighter skin who do not get a lot of sun exposure after the procedure tend to have the best results. People with darker skin may benefit from laser resurfacing, but their skin may not heal as well.

Is everybody a good candidate for laser resurfacing?

have a skin infection



Las Vegas video lecture 2011 'How I Do It' Dr Patrick Treacy describes 'Active FX Laser resurfacing to Face' 

ActiveFX provides remarkable results:


- Skin heals within 4 days
- Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
- Reduces or removes lines under eyes
- Only requires a topical cream
- Causes immediate skin tightening* 
- Noticeably improves skin tone and texture
- Doctor can go deeper if required

ActiveFx laser: TV3 Expose interviews

Dr Patrick Treacy

Dr Patrick Treacy explains laser resurfacing to the eyelids with the ActiveFx laser


  • if you've 

  • had skin colour changes, scarring, or thickened tissue (fibrosis) as a result of earlier treatment.

  • have an immune disorder that could make healing more difficult.

  • have a history of abnormal scarring (keloid or hypertrophic scars).

  • if you are currently using isotretinoin (a drug used to treat acne) or have used it within the last 6 to 12 months. This increases the risk of scarring after the procedure.

ActiveFx CO2 resurfacing laser at Ailesbury 

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