Plastic Cosmetic Surgery
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Plastic surgery & Cosmetic dermatology is one of those branches which has seen tremendous change & turn around in last decade or so. In recent years, lasers have shed their fictional image to become a surgeon's and dermatologist's most promising weapon in the fight against aging skin.

Laser resurfacing is a very controlled burning procedure during which a laser vaporizes superficial layers of facial skin, removing not only wrinkles and lines caused by sun damage and facial expressions, but als acne scars, some folds and creases around the nose and mouth, and even precancerous and benign superficial growths. In a sense, the laser procedure creates a fresh surface over which new skin can grow.

Lasers in Cosmetic Surgery
Since theirdiscovery, lasers have become a powerful industrial tool, but their applications in medicine have been truly revolutionary. One reason,is that lasers used as surgical tools can cut through tissue without causing excessive bleeding. In fact, lasers actually can coagulate tissue to stop bleeding. That's something a knife can't do. Also, for many internal procedures, surgeons can get the laser's energy to reach areas within the body more easily than with a scalpel. And finally, the wavelengths of the laser light itself lets surgeons use the device selectively on very specific types of tissues, such as port wine stains or hair follicles, without affecting nearby tissue.

Now a days highly advanced Laser machines are being used but these machines are otherwise very costly . However their results have been amazing.

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