6 Things to Consider Before Getting Laser Skin Resurfacing

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Laser skin resurfacing can be a very effective and long-lasting treatment for a number of skin conditions. Before you undergo a resurfacing procedure, it is important that you understand its effects and what’s entailed. Here are 6 things to consider before getting laser skin resurfacing.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

  1. Many Body Parts Can be Treated

Resurfacing treatments can be applied to the face, hands, neck, chest, and back, among others. With respect to the face, the treatment can be applied all over, or only certain areas such as the skin surrounding the eyes and mouth.

  1. Laser Resurfacing Treats Several Conditions

Laser resurfacing treats several different skin conditions, including fine lines and wrinkles, acne and other scars, and uneven skin pigmentation, warts, and enlarged oil glands.

  1. Resurfacing is an Outpatient Procedure

Resurfacing is generally an outpatient procedure, meaning you’ll be in-and-out of our facility in the same day. In fact, most treatments take between 30 minutes and two hours, depending on the size of the area being treated.

  1. It is Important to Wear Sunscreen Following Resurfacing

The procedure will leave your skin sensitive to the sun. For at least 2-3 months following a procedure, one should regularly apply sunscreen with an SPF factor of at least 30. It is also helpful to avoid the sun during the brightest parts of the day, and wear a wide-brimmed hat.

  1. There are Different Types of Laser Resurfacing

The two main types of laser resurfacing are CO2 and Erbium. CO2 resurfacing is capable of removing deep imperfections, but can necessitate a longer recovery period. We recommend you consult a cosmetic medicine professional at Fairview Cosmetic Surgery to better understand which type of procedure is right for you.

  1. Smoking Inhibits Recovery

Because smoking cigarettes inhibits recovery, it is recommend that people undergoing a resurfacing procedure abstain from smoking for two weeks prior to the procedure, and at least 2 weeks following it.

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