Thursday, July 3, 2008

Use Of Laser For Skin Rejuvination

Lasers have been used in medicine and surgery for years. However, technology has recently been developed to allow the precise use of lasers for dermatologic and plastic surgical skin rejuvination. A carbon dioxide laser beam normally vaporizes anything containing water, and rapidly cuts through skin and any other organs and structures. It's usefulness as a cutting tool, however seems to be limited; the bulk and cost of the laser do not seems to be justified by its ability to reduce bleeding and post-operative bruising and pain.

Several years ago, after a careful evaluation of the CO2 laser as a surgical scalpel for cosmetic surgery concluded the main value of the device was a promotional tool for the surgeon.

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