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Abstract: Background: Non-ablative fractional laser is an effective modality for the treatment of periorbital wrinkling, one of the earliest signs of skin aging. Thermomechanical fractional injury (TMFI) therapy (Tixel ® , Novoxel ® , Israel) is an innovative technology that is now being used for facial skin rejuvenation. Our study compares the clinical results, side effects, and downtime profile between TMFI treatment and non-ablative fractional 1565 nm laser (ResurFX ® , Lumenis, Israel). METHODS: This was a prospecti… Show more

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“…4 Among the many different energy-based devices, the application of ablative lasers, such as CO 2 lasers, is still considered the most effective treatment for skin rejuvenation. 5 An ablative fractional laser (AFL) generates arrays of thermally induced microinjuries, thereby inducing secondary dermal remodeling. Dermal remodeling induced by AFL is characterized by increased vascularity, a reduced senescent fibroblast population, and synthesis and remodeling of the extracellular matrix.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…4 Among the many different energy-based devices, the application of ablative lasers, such as CO 2 lasers, is still considered the most effective treatment for skin rejuvenation. 5 An ablative fractional laser (AFL) generates arrays of thermally induced microinjuries, thereby inducing secondary dermal remodeling. Dermal remodeling induced by AFL is characterized by increased vascularity, a reduced senescent fibroblast population, and synthesis and remodeling of the extracellular matrix.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among the many different energy‐based devices, the application of ablative lasers, such as CO 2 lasers, is still considered the most effective treatment for skin rejuvenation 5 . An ablative fractional laser (AFL) generates arrays of thermally induced microinjuries, thereby inducing secondary dermal remodeling.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Kauvar and Gershonowitz 3 evaluate the clinical and histological effects of FRF treatment of facial wrinkles and skin texture with novel 1-mm long ultra-thin 0.15mm diameter electrode pins. Salameh et al 1 provide a comparative study evaluating the clinical results and side effects between thermomechanical fractional injury (TMFI) therapy and non-ablative fractional 1565 nm laser therapy. TMFI is a novel non-laser, nonradiofrequency thermomechanical skin treatment device that is being explored for rejuvenation and other applications.…”
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