Ablative ablative facial non rejuvenation

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Since the early s, the field of skin rejuvenation has evolved rapidly. Traditional ablative resurfacing with carbon dioxide and Er:YAG lasers offered dramatic improvement of the skin tone and texture, but prolonged postoperative period and an increased risk for side effects and complications were unacceptable for the majority of patients. It prompted the development of nonablative lasers and non-laser systems, which stimulate dermal neocollagenesis without epidermal disruption, and therefore, produce less adverse effects with little or no healing time. Recently, fractional nonablative and ablative lasers have been introduced, employing a completely new concept of fractional photothermolysis, which ensures high efficacy and fewer risks.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. With the newer ablative and non-ablative techniques offering precise methods for improving photo-aged skin, facial skin rejuvenation is particularly popular. Ablative and Non-Ablative Facial Skin Rejuvenation discusses the various lasers, light sources, and radio-frequency devices currently used. Each chapter analyzes one of the available technologies and discusses the author's approach to using that system.

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What is non-ablative laser skin rejuvenation? Non-ablative laser skin rejuvenation is a recent form of laser technology introduced to treat wrinkles and scars. This new laser system is believed to promote the synthesis of new collagen in the dermis without ablating or removing the overlying epidermis, thus sparing patients a prolonged downtime and healing period.
Background: Fractional ablative and nonablative lasers are useful tools for facial rejuvenation; however, ablative lasers require a period of downtime during reepthelialization. A procedure that combines both ablative and nonablative lasers may deliver good cosmetic results and reduce downtime or other side effects of treatment. Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare a combined fractional ablative and nonablative laser procedure to ablative-only procedures for facial rejuvenation.