Patients who have port wine stains can find relief with treatment from the Pulsed Dye Laser.
Getting rid of stretch marks isn't easy, but there are laser treatment options available from your aesthetic physician.
Lasers have revolutionized medicine in the last 30 years and continue to play an integral role in treatment. What is the future for medical laser development?
Doctors have found lasers to be quite effective at diminishing scars, however the age of your scar is a variable.
Stretch marks aren't just for women, men have them too. Although you can't remove them entirely, there are laser treatments that help diminish the scars.
Laser and radio frequency based devices are now available to greatly reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Finding solutions for rosacea is possible with the help of your physician.
Patients who have suffered severe burns and bear the scars of their tragedy now have a treatment to turn to which can offer a real improvement in the appearance of their scars.
Playmates have mommy bellies too!
Getting rid of embarrassing bruises can go much faster with treatment from the VBeam laser.
Light and medication therapies work together to minimize the appearance of scars.
This pulsed dye laser treatment helps to break up and reduce the appearance of bruises fast.
Patients can enjoy greater results when they seek out physicians with multiple devices and treatment options available.
New laser treatments and skin care products are available to help women with skin of color.
Stretch marks don't have to be such a struggle, just ask for your aesthetic physician's help.
Dermatologist evaluates the latest laser and light sources approved for treating acne.
Candela's lasers the Serenity™ Pro, The GentleYAG and the VBeam Perfecta are featured on the show.
Studies Presented Reinforce Efficacy of Leading Device For Pain Reduction during Laser Procedures
Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc. will unveil their new "Laser Lipo" answer to the SmartLipo at the ASLMS Conference in Kissimmee Florida April 2-6, 2008. The show known as "Laser 2008" attracts physicians from around the world as developers and manufacturers of Medical Lasers present the hottest new technology available to their practices.