Synergistic treatments from two wavelengths working together
Fotona4D® is a groundbreaking non-surgical face lifting procedure resulting in a rejuvenated, natural-looking appearance. If you’re searching for a non-invasive, safer anti-aging option read on or visit our Fotona4D® website for more comprehensive information for both patients and doctors.
- Tightening and volumization without the need for fillers or toxins
- A full lifting treatment from the inside out
- Immediate rejuvenation, tightening and glow
- Improved skin complexion
- Little or no downtime
- No surgery, needles or anesthesia
Enabled by the expanded capabilities of the Nd:YAG and Er:YAG wavelengths, the laser provides up to four dimensions of treatment. Fotona’s complementary Er:YAG and Nd:YAG wavelengths are synergistically applied in 4 different modes: SMOOTH®, FRAC3®, PIANO® and SupErficial™ to work on deeper, medial and superficial connective structures of the skin, while simultaneously targeting different skin imperfections. Multiple treatment modalities range from the 2-dimensional TwinLight® procedure to the 4-dimensional Fotona4D® procedure. Fotona’s 4D laser treatment enables full-thickness contraction of collagen for persistent, low-downtime tightening and volumization (wrinkle reduction) without injectables. Combining these 4 unique modes and two complementary wavelengths results in a respectable “SmoothLiftin” treatment.
Scientific & Clinical Research Library
Histological Changes in Skin During the Process of Aging and Improvements Observed with the Use of Combined Laser Radiation. Natalia Shanina. J LA&HA – J Laser Health Acad 2018; 2018(1):S09. Read Full Text.
Correction of nasolabial folds wrinkle using intraoral non-ablative Er:YAG laser. Howyda ME, Khaled G. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy (2018). 20:6, 364-368. Read Full Text.
Optical coherence tomographic (OCT) evaluation of intraoral non-ablative erbium: YAG laser (SMOOTH mode) in rejuvenation of nasolabial folds; A prospective randomized split face comparative pilot study. Moftah N., Samy N., Allam R.S.H.M., El Tagy S.A.H., Abdelghani R. Skin Res Technol. 2019;00:1-8. Read Full Text.
Tightening of Facial Skin Using Intraoral 2940 nm Er:YAG SMOOTH Mode. Adrian Gaspar, Gustavo Alfaro Gasti. J LA&HA – J Laser Health Acad 2013; 2013(2):17-20. Read Full Text.
Intra- and Extraoral Treatment for Rejuvenation of the Nasolabial Fold and Perioral Wrinkles. Claudia M. Pidal. J LA&HA – J Laser Health Acad 2012, 2012(1), B20. Read Full Text.
Photo-Thermal Hormetic Rejuvenation with 1064 nm Nd:YAG PIANO Pulse Laser. Marini L, Alexiou A. J LA&HA – J Laser Health Acad 2012; 2012(1):75-79. Read Full Text.
The effect of intraoral 2,940nm nonablative Erbium:YAG laser on the rejuvenation of the upper lip: a pilot study. Natacha Quezada Gaón, Fernanda Binfa. Surg Cosmet Dermatol 2017;9(1):56-8. Read Full Text.
Minimally Invasive Skin Rejuvenation With Erbium: YAG Laser Used in Thermal Mode. Karin Kunzi-Rapp, Christine C. Dierickx,Bernard Cambier, and Michael Drosner. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 38:899–907 (2006). Read Full Text.
Dual Tissue Regeneration: Non-Ablative Resurfacing of Soft Tissues with FotonaSmooth® Mode Er:YAG Laser. Matjaz Lukac, Adrian Gaspar, Franci Bajd. J LA&HA – J Laser Health Acad 2018; 2018(1):01-15. Read Full Text.
CLINICAL BULLETIN: PIANO Mode Nd:YAG Laser Skin Tightening. Taylor M. Journal of the Laser and Health Academy, Vol. 2013, No.2. Read Full Text.
CASE REPORT: Clinical experience with FRAC3 Non-ablative Skin Tightening. Gansel R. Journal of the Laser and Health Academy, Vol. 2012, No.1. Read Full Text.
New Skin Treatment Possibilities with PIANO Mode on an Nd:YAG Laser. Lukac M, Vizintin Z, Pirnat S, Nemes K. Journal of the Laser and Health Academy, Vol. 2011, No.1. Read Full Text.
Pixel Screen Technology and FRAC3 – A Full Spectrum of Laser Skin Rejuvenation Treatments. Gorjan M, Grad L, Lukac M. Journal of the Laser Health Academy, Vol. 2008, No.1 Read Full Text.
* Certain applications discussed in this scientific literature may not yet be cleared by the FDA.
Additional Resources: visit the Laser and Health Academy* website for additional information about medical laser treatments that can be performed with Fotona laser systems.