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What is Skin Laser Resurfacing and why is it a popular choice among people who want to get rid of imperfections on their skin
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There are a lot of cosmetic options you can choose from if you want to get rid of acne scars, pigmentation and wrinkles. Laser skin resurfacingis only one of the many popular choices of men and women today.
What is Laser Skin Resurfacing? Unlike other cosmetic options, laser skin resurfacing uses a beam of pulsating light to peel away the skin layer by layer. Peeling treatments use chemicals to achieve this and could cause skin irritations.
With the laser light doing the work, there is no need for harsh chemical and/or abrasive wheels. Laser skin resurfacing is preferred because of the reduced downtime and recovery period.
Types of Laser There are basically two types of laser used for this procedure: the carbon dioxide laser resurfacing and Erbium laser, also known as the Er:Yag.
CARBON DIOXIDE LASER RESURFACING The carbon dioxide laser resurfacing method is performed in medical spa Los Angelesand used for deep wrinkles brought about by aging.
The eye region is one of the areas that are treated with carbon dioxide laser because it is ideal for reducing the appearance of crow’s feet. It vaporizes the skin layers and the effect is a tightening of the skin.
ER:YAG LASER RESURFACING On the other hand, the Er:Yag laser is used for not-so-deep applications. Younger people who seek help for acne scars and other imperfections are recommended to undergo this surgery.
It vaporizes less than the carbon dioxide laser and achieves better accuracy because plastic surgeon can easily control it. Even those with dark complexion can benefit from Er:Yag laser.
Botox is still the number one non-invasive cosmetic procedure preferred by men and women.
It also achieves good results for wrinkles and fine lines but it does not address scars and imperfections.
Both types of procedures allow patients to bounce back in no time since the recuperation period is very short.
With an experienced surgeon or medical practitioner to administer the laser, there would be less risk for scarring.