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Laser Skin Treatments

Laser Treatment for Face Wrinkles

Laser resurfacing is used to reduce the appearance of mild-to-moderate facial wrinkles without the need for costly plastic surgery...

Problems After Retinal Holes Laser Surgery

Holes in the retina most often occur at the macula, the thinnest part of the retina and the central point of clear, sharp vision. ...

Laser Treatment on African-American Skin

African-Americans have some skin problems unique to darker pigmentation, and their skin responds differently to laser treatment th...

IPL Laser Treatment Side Effects

IPL refers to intense pulsed light therapy, a treatment for various skin concerns such as spider veins, freckles, age spots, fine ...

Types of Facial Lasers

Facial lasers use beams of concentrated light to remove dead, damaged or discolored skin and reveal new, unblemished skin in the t...

Dermabrasion or Laser Resurfacing for Acne Scars

No matter how severe your acne scars are, you don't have to live with your blemishes. In fact, you can experience a smoother skin ...

How Does Laser Surgery Work?

LASER (Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation) surgery works by using intense beams of light that are careful...

Chemical Peels Vs. Fraxel Laser

With so many types of cosmetic procedures available these days, it's hard to choose which one is right for you. Two of the most po...

Success & Drawbacks of Laser Therapy for Neuropathy & Surgery

Neuropathy is the medical term for nerve damage. Peripheral neuropathy, which causes pain, numbness and tingling, can be notorious...
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