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Laser Resurfacing: Procedure

Procedure Of Laser Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing will not hurt, as it will be performed under local or general anesthesia. Healing takes place over about two weeks depending upon the area treated and the depth of treatment. Your doctor will give you ointment to occlude the treated part and skin may remain red for long time. Sun protection is a must after treatment. After laser resurfacing, you will find that your skin has a more even tone and appears brighter. Most of the problems for which you get treated by laser, disappear substantially.


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