Laser resurfacing is a procedure that treats fine lines and wrinkles, skin blemishes, and promotes collagen production. It can also reduce dark spots by the formation of new ski to rejuvenate appearance. Multiple sessions may be needed to achieve results. Post-treatment, the patient appearance will be reddened with scabbing and may have some discomfort. Swelling usually goes down over the course of about a week and with decreased redness over the subsequent weeks. Laser resurfacing has been effective on patients that suffering from acne scars, wrinkling, or surface imperfections. There are two types of laser resurfacing: CO2 resurfacing and Erbium laser resurfacing. Each of them have their pros and cons so it’s best to consult with your cosmetic physician to determine which procedure is best suited for your skin.
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