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    Lasers


    -The use of lasers for cosmetic purposes is best suited for the treatment of fine to moderate wrinkles, freckles or age spots, uneven skin tones, sun damaged skin and acne or chicken pox scars.

           Source: The Mayo Clinic, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 2008

    -Lasers work by destroying the outer layer of the epidermis while simultaneously heating the inner layer, of the skin, the dermis which in term stimulates collagen production. The collagen production allows the new skin to be formed much tighter and smoother.

           Source: Mayo Clinic, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 2008

    -Lasers are more effective than comparible dermatological treatments such as chemical peels or dermabrasion, where the outerskin is destroyed to create newer, younger skin, because it allows the doctors to have more control and to target specific areas.

           Source: Mayo Clinic, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 2008

    -The IPL laser, or Intense Pulsed Light Laser, was developed to treat vascular lesions better than the pulsed dye laser. The process used by IPL lasers to remove facial lesions or wrinkles is known as selective photothermolysis.

    Source: Dr. Geoffrey Nase, Rosacea Research Specialist, 2009.

    -IPL differs from laser light in that, rather than monochromatic single wavelength, IPL emits a non coherent, broad spectrum light.

           Source: Dr. Geoffrey Nase, Rosacea Research Specialist, 2009.

    -To customize the light energy delivery for a given procedure, the operator employs a cutoff filter, or light guide, of designated wavelength, below which the spectrum is selectively eliminated.

           Source: Dr. Geoffrey Nase, Rosacea Research Specialist, 2009

    -For dilated vessels, as seen in patients with sun damage and rosacea, the light energy with high absorption by hemoglobin and oxyhemaglobin reaches the dermal capillary bed and selectively destroys the abnormal vessels.

           Source: Dr. Geoffrey Nase, Rosacea Research Specialist, 2009

    -The operator controls all aspects of the light pulse, which in this procedure is utilized for customization for skin type, procedure progress, and other variables.

           Source: Dr. Geoffrey Nase, Rosacea Research Specialist, 2009

    - The Photo Facial procedure causes the body to naturally produce more collagen in order to heal the skin. It does this with gentle pulses of light which are directed into the skin and trigger the body to engaging natural healing mechanisms, of which collagen production is one. Pulsed light is directed towards the skin at various settings and at different frequencies to maximize results.

           Source: Orlando Lasers, 2009.

    -This procedure is safe to use on the face, neck, chest and even hands. Treatments usually occur about every three weeks, and can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to a half an hour.

           Source: Orlando Lasers, 2009.

    -The results of this treatment include a more even tone and overall smoothness of the skin which leads to a more youthful appearance. It also restores sun damaged skin and aids in the reduction of wrinkles, fine lines and flushing as well as redness that is sometimes related to Rosacea.

           Source: Orlando Lasers. 2009. 

     
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