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Lasertherapy

What is a laser ?

L.A.S.E.R is the acronym for light amplified by stimulated by Emissions of radiation. The laser limits a light whose feature (wavelength) is selected according to the area the dermatologist wishes to treat. Consequently, there are several types of lasers available according to what the dermatologist wishes to do.

 Laser Resurfacing
In laser resurfacing, sometimes called “laser peel” a carbon dioxide (Co2) laser is used to remove areas of damaged or wrinkled skin, layer by layer. The procedure is most commonly used to minimize the appearance of fine lines, especially around the mouth and the eyes laser resurfacing, may be performed on the whole face or in specific region.

Laser Resurfacing before   Laser Resurfacing after
 Laser for Wrinkle Reduction

Wrinkle is also treated by laser technique. This procedure involves precise removal of very thin layer of irregular skin. Laser  pulses target the surface layer of the skin, vaporizing water and the skin’s surface without affecting deeper layers. A new surface layer will then grow back – a layer that is soft wrinkle – free, and younger looking. The heat generated during the process also shortens the collagen fibers in the skin, which restores some of its elasticity.

Wrinkle Reduction   Wrinkle Reduction after treatment

Laser for Pigmentation

Melanin is the most common pigment in the body. The biological function of melanin is to protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation (UVR), but its chemical structure is very effective at absorbing photons. Laser is used for the treatment of pigmented lesions because they can selectively damage or destroy a structure that absorbs its particular wavelength, and pulse width, that is, by selecting the appropriate wavelength and pulse width, a pigmented can be treated with little or no injury to normal surrounding skin. This principal is called selective photothermolysis and is the basis for all medical laser treatment.

Laser for Pigmentation before   Laser for Pigmentation after treatment
 Vascular Leis ions

Laser light emission, used to improve the appearance of vascular pink and red lesions, spider veins and birth marks. Vascular lesions are eliminated by coagulating the tiny superficial blood vessels causing them. These superficial vessels are absorbed back into the body, eliminating associated redness. It’s simple and effective way to erase troublesome vascular conditions.

Vascular Leis ions before   Vascular Leis ions after
Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal, the newest trend in hair removal, is promising, seemingly painless the results, last longer than other hair removal treatments.

      Lasers are a popular procedure for the rapid, gentle removal of unwanted hair. The laser causes controlled damage to hair follicles, causing them to go into  shock temporarily while in shock, the follicles do not generate hair.
      Laser hair removal sessions usually do not require sedatives, pain medications, or injections of local anesthetic because of the low level of pain associated with the treatment. You may return to work immediately after treatment.

Laser Hair Removal before   Laser Hair Removal after treatment
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