Sun damage and the natural ageing process really starts to affect the appearance of your skin after the age of 30 but light-based systems such as ICON MAX G are capable of treating these common skin concerns.
The ICON MAX G system uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to penetrate deep under the surface layer of the skin in order to treat issues such as fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, poor skin texture and sun damage.
It’s important to remember that every individual is unique and so too are their needs and desired outcomes for cosmetic surgery. If you’re considering a procedure, it’s essential to have a comprehensive consultation with one of our experienced surgeons. They can help you understand whether you’re a suitable candidate and what you can realistically expect from the surgery. The information provided here is meant to help guide you, but it’s not a replacement for professional medical advice. Always organise a consultation for personalised advice.
If you are concerned about the way you look or are thinking about cosmetic surgery for confidence reasons, there are alternatives. Talking to a or may help you overcome your concerns about your appearance.
Once your skin has been prepped and you are wearing protective eyewear, the ICON MAXG laser head will be moved across the surface of your skin.
As your skin absorbs the low-level light energy, it breaks up the broken vessels and pigmented lesions, while increasing collagen production. The end result is smoother, tighter skin with an even tone.
Your personalised quote will be prepared following an in-depth evaluation by our expert surgeon. This includes a thorough assessment of your individual needs, detailed explanation of the procedure, and a tailored approach to best achieve the desired outcomes. The quote considers various elements including surgical supplies, hospital requirements, and the specifics of the surgery itself.
Potential rebates might be available if the procedure is deemed medically necessary by relevant health authorities. Conditions for this include providing evidence supporting the medical necessity of the surgery and a referral from a healthcare professional. Your private health insurance may also provide coverage, so it’s essential to discuss this with your provider.