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   7481 Warden Road
   Sherwood, AR 72120-5041
   Phone: (501) 834 7246

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   209/365 Little Collins Street
   Melbourne VIC 3000
   Phone: 03-8820 5622

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  • How are we doing it?

    The anti-aging therapy with the Polylaser derma consists of two components:
    1. Laser (photon energy)
    2. RJ-Hyaluronan gel
    Hyaluronan (also called hyaluronic acid or hyaluronate) is a glycosaminoglycan distributed widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues. It is one of the chief components of the extra cellular matrix. It helps protect joints by increasing the viscosity of the fluid and by making the cartilage between bones more elastic. While it is found in large numbers in extra cellular matrices, hyaluronan also contributes to tissue hydrodynamics (1 gr. can absorb as much as 6 l of water), movement and proliferation of cells, and participates in a number of cell surface receptor interactions.

    Cosmetic application

    Hyaluronan is a common skin care ingredient, due to its moisturizing effects. Since 2003 the FDA has approved hyaluronan injections for filling soft tissue defects such as facial wrinkles. These products are analogous to collagen injections but have the advantages of longer lasting effects and decreased risk of allergic reaction.

    Low Level Laser Therapy

    Low level laser therapy has almost endless applications because of its approach to healing. Its low intensity does not burn or cut tissue like high-powered surgical lasers. LLLT is delivered directly through the skin with the use of laser or LED probes in conjunction with the appropriate protocols and unlike pharmaceuticals there are no known side effects in its over 40 year history of use.

    If taking into the consideration the list of aesthetic disorders which can be treated with either Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or surgical lasers, it is justified to say that laser is also the light of beauty. Although its first applications were focused on serious diseases like skin ulcers and painful conditions, employment of LLLT in aesthetics has initiated in mid seventies. Aesthetic changes are mainly benign and they won't seriously damage the health state of patient's body, but aesthetic problems are strictly subjective and the same problem causes different psychological reaction in different persons. Development in modern medicine and technology brought many new techniques and devices, which are successfully used in aesthetics today. Laser is one of the highlights in aesthetics today where it is applied mostly for facial rejuvenation, because the face is psychologically the most sensitive aesthetic area of each person. Facial rejuvenation can be achieved with surgical lasers, which remove superficial layer of atrophic skin, leaving that area to be self- regenerated. It is an invasive method, while the process of regeneration can last few weeks even months, with a prohibition of disposing to the sunlight.
    LLLT obtains good results in aesthetics due to its three main effects:
    1. biostimulative-regenerative
    2. analgesic
    3. anti-inflammatory effect.