Key Information

Laser experts

Dr. Saqib Bashir

Dr. Ai-Lean Chew


Lasers in use

Pulsed Dye

Intense Puled Light



Carbon Dioxide (Fractionated)

Nd:YAG (lipolysis/cellulite)


Patient feedback

High levels of satisfaction


CO2 laser resurfacing video


The above video demonstrates fractionated laser surfacing with the CO2 carbon dioxide laser.  The aim is to shed the old skin, allowing new skin to take its place.  Blemishes, skin growths, acne scars and wrinkles can be improved by this method. 

Pre-treatment preparation

All patients wishing to have a full face resurfacing attend for an initial consultation to asses their skin and discuss their treatment options.  You may bring a list of questions that you wish to ask and you may bring friend or family member with you.  Occasionally, patients are prescribed a pretreatment plan which may include retinoic acid or hydroquinone to improve the outcome. 

Treatment Day

On the day, the nurses will welcome you to the clinic and help you to settle in.  The treatment area is usually covered with an anaesthetic cream (e.g. EMLA or Ametop) for about 1 hour before treatment starts.  While you are waiting for the cream to soak in you can read a magazine, have a coffee or simply relax. 

You will have the opportunity to ask your dermatologist any final questions you have and treatment will begin when you are confident and happy to proceed. 

After Treatment

Immediately after treatment, your skin will be cleaned and after treatment creams will be applied.  You will be given clear instructions on how to look after your skin.  If required, the clinic staff will call a taxi for you and you will be able to relax until your transportation arrives.