Frequently Asked Questions
Laser treatment is a medical act that requires a prior consultation in order to adapt the protocol to the patients: medical history, previous surgery, contraindications, the areas to be treated… All these parameters are taken into account to best determine the settings of the laser , the personalized protocol, the number of sessions and the interval between each session.
For some areas, the doctor will prescribe an anesthetic cream if the patient wishes it.
With this in mind, know that you will be safe in the hands of our doctors who hold a university degree in medical lasers for aesthetic purposes from the Paris Descartes medical university.
For laser hair removal: Laser impacts cause a slight feeling of a “hot rubber band” which disappears very quickly.
In our practice, we have chosen to use a laser equipped with cryogenic cold which delivers a cold jet on the area before each laser shot in order to limit sensitivity. In addition, the short firing time of our laser limits the feeling.
For the mesolift: The doctor makes injections under the surface of the skin using a very thin mesotherapy needle. The session is not painful because the injections are very superficial. The doctor can, if you wish, prescribe an anesthetic cream to apply before the sessions.
For YAG laser treatment: The feeling is a non-painful, more like a diffuse sensation of heat.
For radio frequency: the application of an anesthetic cream one hour before the session makes the treatment painless.
The laser cannot cause skin cancer. These are caused by UV rays. The laser emits light in the visible or infrared spectrum which is in no way carcinogenic.
The wavelength of our lasers limits their radius of action to the dermis without reaching the hypodermis. As a result, there is no interaction with other organs than the skin and hair.