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Laser Treatment

Laser Treatment

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CO2 Fractional Laser

The goal of laser skin resurfacing is simple: replace damaged skin with new, fresh skin.  The  CO2 Fractional Laser is used for the treatment of conditions including:

Fine lines and wrinkles of the face

Crow's feet around the eyes

'Smoker's' lip lines

Also lines on the cheeks, forehead and frown lines

Loose eyelid skin

Brown spots and blotchy, uneven skin tone

Scars, especially acne scars

In the 1980s and 90s traditional ablative laser resurfacing procedures with CO2 or Erbium laser systems were followed by several weeks of downtime to allow the skin to heal over and the risk of complications was high. With the development of fractional laser treatments, the recovery periods have shortened and the risk of complications has become very low.

Techniques for skin resurfacing have made enormous advances in recent years, allowing nearly everyone to achieve very significant improvement of their complexion with very little risk from treatment.

A patient came to the Shropshire Skin Clinic to have treatment to remove seborrheic warts from the side of her face and eyebrows. These photograph show how the skin appears before and after treatment.

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