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  • What Procedures Use Fractional CO2 Lasers?
    What Procedures Use Fractional CO2 Lasers?

    Anyone who has done any sort of research on laser skin resurfacing procedures likely has seen something about a fractional CO2 laser. But if you haven’t, that’s ok too! A fractional CO2 laser has many ...

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  • Advantages of Skin Resurfacing with the Fractional CO2 Laser
    Advantages of Skin Resurfacing with the Fractional CO2 Laser

    Technology has advanced so much over the years that there are many more benefits than disadvantages to laser skin resurfacing procedures. With fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing , you can enjoy ...

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  • Can Your Scars be Removed by the Fractional CO2 Laser?
    Can Your Scars be Removed by the Fractional CO2 Laser?

    Scarring happens occasionally, especially if you had surgery, an injury or bad acne at some point in your life. Most scars will disappear on their own as you get older, but some scars aren’t worth ...

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  • Which is Better for Stretch Mark Revision: Laser or Surgery?
    Which is Better for Stretch Mark Revision: Laser or Surgery?

    Stretch marks can happen as a result of several situations, including obesity, pregnancy and even just short-term weight gain. When the dermis is stretched out more than it is supposed to, stretch ...

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  • What Conditions Do Chemical Peels Treat Most Effectively?
    What Conditions Do Chemical Peels Treat Most Effectively?

    Chemical peels are effective skin treatments because they make old and damaged skin peel off to make way for newer and smoother skin. These are generally used on the face, hands or neck and can treat ...

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  • Creams vs Laser Treatments: Which Is Truly Better for Eliminating Stretch Marks?
    Creams vs Laser Treatments: Which Is Truly Better for Eliminating Stretch Marks?

    Imagine looking in your mirror and tracing over the dark lines crawling across your body—your torso, your legs and perhaps even your stomach. They’ve been there for longer than you remember, and ...

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