Virtual Conference

Track: Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Skin Resurfacing


It reduces the sight of wrinkles and scars, evens out skin coloration (pigmentation), tightens skin, and eliminates benign and malignant tumours. Erbium or carbon dioxide (CO2) are examples of ablative lasers. Deep wrinkles, warts, and scars can all be removed with CO2 laser resurfacing treatments. On the other hand, no skin layers are removed with non-ablative lasers. Non-ablative lasers can be used to treat rosacea, spider veins and skin associated acne. Laser resurfacing will reduce the appearance of fine lines in the face. If you have scars or sun damage it can also treat skin tone loss and enhance your complexion.

·         Ablative lasers
·         Non-ablative lasers
·         Hyperpigmentation
·         Wound care
·         Steroids
·         Bacterial infection
·         Complications of Laser Skin Resurfacing