Does the laser skin resurfacing procedure produce any noticeable scarring?
Laser skin resurfacing, often referred to as lasabrasion or laser vaporization, is a non-surgical, non-invasive laser procedure that improves the texture and the appearance of the patient's skin by causing the superficial epidermal strata to exfoliate leaving behind a regenerated layer of skin. The skin is exposed to a high-intensity, concentrated laser beam that causes a precise, calculated epidermal damage in order to remove skin lesions such as acne scars, stretch marks, large pores and melasma while also stimulating intense collagen renewal and the production of new skin cells. When performed by experienced medical personnel using advanced equipment, the skin resurfacing procedure is considered safe, effective and relatively non-invasive. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, we use the effective DEKA SmartXide DOT Laser, which enables the medical technician to set the operational parameters in such a way as to completely avoid exerting unnecessary damage. Scarring can occur during this procedure if the medical practitioner sets the intensity of the CO2 laser and the dwell time of the laser too high. While this is a possible occurrence, it is highly improbable and is generally associated with inexperienced medical personnel.
The Renew Skin & Health Clinic medical staff strongly recommends that you carefully research all of the available clinics before finally deciding to undergo the procedure. It is essential that the dermatological specialist is experienced and that he uses adequate equipment. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, we use the DEKA SmartXide DOT CO2 Laser in order to ensure that our patients receive the best possible aesthetic results and undergo a very limited recovery period.
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