Pearl Fractional is a new fractional ablative laser by Cutera®. This treatment has an exclusive laser wavelength that was selected to maximize results and safety in a single treatment while minimizing downtime. Through an optimized combination of ablation and coagulation, this treatment aggressively treats the signs of photoaging, deep dermal imperfections and difficult-to-treat areas around the mouth and eyes. Pearl Fractional presents fractional ablation in a new light. This treatment includes a complete cosmeceutical skin care line.
Pearl Fractional aggressively treats the signs of photoaging, deep dermal imperfections and difficult-to-treat areas around the mouth and eyes.
Starting from $1,000 per treatment
Number of Treatments
1 - 3
What is the Pearl Fractional Treatment?
Pearl Fractional is a new, volumizing, fractional laser perfected for treating photo damaged skin in just one treatment. Pearl Fractional offers the best combination of patient experience and recovery time. Patients see improvements in brown spots, sun damage, tone and texture and have a noticeably smoother, brighter complexion.
What does fractional mean? How does the Pearl Fractional work?
Fractional therapy describes a treatment that exposes only a fraction of the skin to the laser beam in a pattern of tiny dots. With Pearl Fractional, laser pulses place tiny holes in the skin. Columns of damaged tissue are selectively removed, leaving surrounding skin intact.
The treatment shortens healing time and stimulates the body’s own natural process for creating new collagen, plumping the skin from below and reversing photo aging and other imperfections.
- Tiny holes enable safe treatment and a rapid recovery
- The treatment provides results in a single session
- Controlled energy means maximum results with a more comfortable patient experience
Who is a candidate for Pearl Fractional?
Patients with light-to-medium skin tones and skin imperfections due to aging and sun damage will benefit from a Pearl Fractional treatment.
What areas of the face can be treated?
Pearl Fractional can be used on the entire face and is uniquely effective in treating the delicate periorbital (around the eyes) and perioral (around the mouth) areas. These areas often show the first signs of aging and can be the most challenging to treat.
How does a Pearl Fractional treatment feel?
Most patients describe the treatment as a series of fast, hot pinches. A topical numbing cream is applied to the skin prior to treatment to alleviate most discomfort. Practitioners may choose to augment topical creams with other medications based on patient need.
When will I see results? How soon can I wear make-up?
Many patients see improvements one week after treatment. Maximum results are visible in one to three months. Patients may apply make-up five days after treatment.
Are there any restrictions on my activity after a Pearl Fractional procedure?
After treatment, the skin looks sunburned and may be slightly swollen. Patients report little or no discomfort post-treatment. During post-care, patients apply ointment to the skin for four to five days and should limit sun exposure and wear protective clothing.
Can Pearl Fractional be part of a combined therapy?
Many patients have a Pearl Fractional treatment in combination with other existing cosmetic therapies. These include other Cutera laser and light procedures, such as Pearl, Laser Genesis, and LimeLight. Discuss combination treatment options with your practitioner.
How does Pearl Fractional compare to other fractional laser treatments?
Pearl Fractional’s unique laser wavelength offers a safe and effective treatment to reverse the signs of aging. This combination gives patients dramatic results in a single treatment with a quick, one week recovery period.
What are the risks and contraindications?
- Sensitivity to sunlight
What to expect after your treatment
- Avoid sun exposure.
- During post-care, patients apply ointment to the skin for four to five days.
- Wear protective clothing.
- Avoid unsanitary conditions.
- Hot water may be uncomfortable during healing process.