A common condition found on most people, stretch marks have met a new foe in the form of an ablative fractional CO2 laser. Greatly decreasing the visibility of stretch marks, lasers have made stretch mark treatment more effective.
EndyMed Pro, the new fractional resurfacing technology from Eclipse Medical, may treat all skin colors effectively and safely with deeper radiofrequency (RF) energy.
A study from skin care manufacturer Mederma, which treats stretch marks and scars, has found that confidence comes from life experience, not skin's appearance.
One of the most versatile aesthetic lasers in the industry. Treats multiple conditions on all skin tones and colors.
In developing their protocal for the SCAAR FX procedure, researchers discovered a very positive side effect, increased range of motion
Doctors have found lasers to be quite effective at diminishing scars, however the age of your scar is a variable.
New advances in the last several years have resulted in excellent options for patients suffering with scars.
Light and medication therapies work together to minimize the appearance of scars.
Nearly 12 million cosmetic procedures were performed last year in the U.S., creating a huge demand for products that aid in healing. Recovery Elements, a surgery recovery goods company now celebrating the grand opening of its online store, targets this niche market.
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The far reaching effects of stem cells will likely touch us all, and may be the key to reversing many of the diseases that cause suffering today.
Patients can enjoy greater results when they seek out physicians with multiple devices and treatment options available.
Active Ance and treating Acne Scars used to be something only CO2 could remove... now there are several options on the market.
In a new study, the Fraxel Laser is used to resurface brand new scars. Researchers say the laser causes controlled damage to just one-third of the skin's surface, and also just below it, at the dermis, where collagen is made.