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Guide to Laser Resurfacing by Sachit Shah Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 12:00am How is Laser Resurfacing Performed? Laser skin resurfacing uses a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser to remove skin layers by vaporization rather than with chemicals or a sanding device. Dr Shah is able to specify the amount of energy transmitted to the skin's surface by the laser beam and control the depth of penetration. W ... Read on »
Fraxel Laser Resurfacing - Remove the Telltale Signs of Aging by Hpcsurgery Facebook Posted Mon 03 Dec 2012 3:03am A smooth, beautiful and radiant skin can be achieved with Fraxel laser resurfacing. There are many reputable plastic surgeons who offer this new laser treatment to patients. This procedure has got an approval from the FDA. In this type of laser resurfacing, the process of natural healing in the body is activated. Any area of the body can be ... Read on »
Fraxel Laser Resurfacing Treatment Minimizes Fine Lines and Wrinkles by Hpcsurgery Facebook Posted Sat 17 Nov 2012 6:50am Fraxel laser resurfacing is an innovative procedure that helps to enhance the appearance of the skin. With this procedure, the signs of aging such as crow’s feet, fine lines and various skin discolorations that are caused due to exposure to the sun are minimized. In addition, it is a non-invasive treatment, which makes it safe and hassle-free. ... Read on »
How Does Fraxel Laser Resurfacing Work? by Hpcsurgery Facebook Posted Mon 07 Jan 2013 9:10am The procedure of Fraxel laser resurfacing is a very innovative one and it helps in improving the appearance of the skin. With this procedure, various signs of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet and discolorations of the skin that are caused due to exposure to the sun, are reduced to a great extent. Additionally, this treatme ... Read on »
Fractional Laser Resurfacing by Dr.Salzman Posted Tue 06 Oct 2009 12:42pm Well, its been about 6 months in search of the Holy Grail of fractional lasers for the removal of wrinkles and discolorations of the face and neck.  The laser story starts in 1995.  At that time, CO2 laser was the rage and I embarked on a course of lasering quite a few people with weathered and wrinkled skin.  There was tremendous healing times att ... Read on »
Whitish bumps after a Laser Resurfacing treatment by Sachit Shah Posted Tue 25 Aug 2009 5:03pm Whitish bumps after any resurfacing laser treatment can be several things. The most common are milia. These are retention cysts after injury to the skin and will generally resolve on their own without any scarring other other problems. Rarely and more seriously whitish bumps can also represent either fungal infection or bacterial infection. In ... Read on »
Dermatologic Surgeons Make Increasing Use Of Lasers, Light and Energy by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Jun 2014 2:59pm As new technologies using lasers, light and energy to treat cosmetic skin conditions make the procedures safer and more effective, the popularity of these options continues to rise, according to recent survey results from the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. Lasers can be used to treat a wide variety of cosmetic skin conditions, ... Read on »
Green beam laser pointer� General purpose laser light, better than red beam laser pointer by Moonlee Posted Thu 03 Jan 2013 7:06am Nether Series Green 532nm Lasers (100mW-350mW) is another feast for laser hobbyist. With a wavelength of 532nm and high output power, this green laser pointer has been equipped with a safety key. So when you have children at home, you just need to lock the laser to guarantee their security. The light beam of this laser can reach 6000m until 12, ... Read on »
With invention from the laser light Comb or Laser Brush by rachelespow Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 3:30am With invention from the laser light Comb or Laser Brush, you can now have the advantages of Low Light Laser Therapy inside a handheld comb/brush tool and use it in the privacy of your home Fifteen minutes a day, 3 times a week. Low-level laser light is completely safe as deemed through the Fda (FDA). It's safe since it doesn't give off heat t ... Read on »
Laser pointer pens are the most commonly used form of laser light technology by Moonlee Posted Thu 29 Nov 2012 7:58am  We live in the period of science and technology which is flourishing our lives with various innovative devices. All the modern innovations are continuously making our lives simple and happy. Infrared Thermometer with Green Laser Pointers r is the modern innovation in the world of thermometers. Infrared Thermometer with Laser Pointer allo ... Read on »