The Best Treatments for Every Skin Type
At Dermika, we believe in beauty backed by science. Therefore, we only use treatments and medical supplies approved by the SECRETARY of Health.
In addition, we keep our medical equipment and MEDICAL team TRAINING up-to-date. Next, we will talk about surgical scars and how to treat them.
Pulsed Dye Laser
It is a type of laser that acts on hemoglobin and is used to reduce the color of scars, problems such as rosacea, vascular tumors in infants, and small capillaries on the face.
Fractional CO2 Laser
The fractional laser is used to fade some types of acne scars, facial rejuvenation treatments, and in the treatment of some skin blemishes and lesions. It makes a superficial and controlled burn of a layer of the skin so that it can be removed TO help generate new tissue, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
For this treatment, you must schedule an appointment with any of our certified dermatologists at least 3 weeks before your procedure, as it is necessary to apply some creams on your face prior to the laser.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
It is a procedure in which blood is drawn from the patient, centrifuged and platelets and beneficial substances for the skin are obtained. It is applied through microneedling or small injections (mesotherapy) that will allow the substances to be distributed evenly in the areas to be treated. In accordance with COFEPRIS regulations, the drawing and CENTRIFUGE process is carried out in a laboratory certified to handle blood products.