laser resurfacing

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The use of CO2, erbium, pulse dye or other laser to vaporize the epidermis and remove wrinkles, discolourations, age spots, and sun-damaged skin, stimulate dermal fibroblasts to produce collagen and rejuvenate the skin. Laser resurfacing is considered safer than deep trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peels or dermabrasion
Types Ablative, nonablative
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laser resurfacing

Cosmetic dermatology The use of CO2 lasers and, more recently, lower temperature erbium lasers, to bloodlessly eliminate wrinkles and sun damage by vaporizing the epidermis, stimulating the dermis to produce collagen and rejuvenate the skin. Cf Chemical peel.
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In a few years, North America is expected to be the largest market for vaginal laser rejuvenation. In 2016, more than 500,000 feminine rejuvenation procedures were performed in the United States, and it is estimated that more than 27,000 energy-based devices will be in operation by 2021.
Laser hair removal was the most common litigated procedure prior to 2012, but since then has been surpassed by laser rejuvenation, which includes ablative and nonablative resurfacing, fractionated lasers, and intense pulsed light (47% of cases since mid-2012).
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The disadvantage of laser rejuvenation is that the impact lasts for a shorter period.
He added: "My area of expertise is non-surgical facial rejuvenation, specialising in anti-wrinkle treatments, dermal fillers, Mesotherapy, microdermabrasion, laser rejuvenation and Sculptra."
"The last five years has seen Botox become a lunchtime procedure and now it's likely that laser rejuvenation - or skin tightening - will be the next to follow this trend.
Since 1982, he has also run a private practice emphasizing surgical and laser rejuvenation procedures for the skin.
Dermatologist Professor Nick Lowe specialises in using Botox injections alongside other "non-invasive" therapies such as wrinkle fillers and laser rejuvenation.
One of the most popular is undeniably laser rejuvenation. It's helping our patients lift, tighten and most importantly, restore a more youthful appearance."

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