SCARS AND STRETCH MARKS TREATMENT: USING LASER AND MICRONEEDLING THERAPIES

SCARS AND STRETCH MARKS TREATMENT USING LASER AND MICRONEEDLING THERAPIES Scars stretch marks are common skin and dermal sores, with unique physical and psychological effect. Numerous therapeutic modalities are available. However, none can wipe out stretch marks and scars. The most widely recognized therapy is the application of topical, used both therapeutically and prophylactically. Scars…

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Fat removal, blemish and pigmentation removal, plasma injection for skin rejuvenation and laser skin tightening

Fat removal, blemish and pigmentation removal, plasma injection for skin rejuvenation and laser skin tightening Case No 1 Outer and inner thighs fat removal and body shaping   We are as amazed as the client when she came for her follow up 3 months after her second coolshaping session.  We did two coolshaping sessions for body shaping…

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How long to wait after Accutane and botox treatment to get laser therapy for acne scars

Abstract Accutane botox Background and Objective Based on reports of poor wound healing and scarring, it is currently recommended that patients wait 6 months after completion of oral isotretinoin therapy before the safe initiation of laser therapy. We aimed to evaluate the safety of non-ablative fractional laser (FRACTIONAL LASER) treatment for acne scars within 1…

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Laser and Skin pigmentation treatment, the full puzzel

Laser and Skin pigmentation treatment The most common benign pigmented lesions associated with photoaging are ephelides (freckles), solar lentigines (sun spots), and mottled pigmentation. Certain dyschromic conditions are also associated with or exacerbated by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), melasma, and poikiloderma of Civatte. This chapter reviews laser* principles as…

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Laser and microdermabrasion for photoaged skin treatment, blemish and pigmentation removal

The chronic and prolonged sun exposure, or tanning, will results in abnormal and disorganized maturation of keratinocytes and increase in the cellular bonding and adhesion when compared to healthy skin. Due to the beforementioned facts,  desquamation will decrease, resulting in a rough and thickened stratum corneum which has impaired barrier function. Dullness (yellow-gray) and skin…

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