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The skin looks luminous and radiant when its surface looks smooth and blemish free. Most of the patients do not like irregular skin surface especially if their face has age spots, acne scars, wrinkles, deep creases or coarse features. This warrants use of techniques for resurfacing the entire face, sometimes using Lasers.
IN THIS ARTICLE, WE TRY TO UNDERSTAND THE TYPES, USES and Dr. Divya Sharma’s perspective on Laser resurfacing.
Lasers are classified into few main groups: ablative and non-ablative lasers in both fractionated and unfractionated forms as well as radiofrequency technologies. The gentler non-ablative lasers allow for quicker healing, whereas harsher ablative lasers tend to be more effective.
Fractionating the laser increases the number of treatments but minimizes the risk of downtime leading to less complications. The tone, texture and pigmentation can all be improved with laser resurfacing.
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