Advanced Cosmetic Laser Surgery Overview

Cosmetic laser surgery is used for hair removal, eliminating acne, facial scars as well as laser therapy for stretch marks. It’s also used for treating face and leg spider veins with intense pulsed light (IPL), and providing photo facial rejuvenation, skin resurfacing, toning and skin-spot elimination and laser treatment for rosacea. IPL and laser treatments, sometimes in combination with RF (radio frequencies), can significantly reduced age spots, blemishes and even target ink and pigmentation in the dermis for patients who require effective tattoo removal.

The latest Fraxel laser treatments are designed to help the skin regenerate itself to be able to produce collagen and thereby improve elasticity. This is accomplished through a resurfacing procedure that leaves the skin younger-looking with almost no side effects. Another recent innovation is called ThermaFractional rejuvenation, a treatment which uses infrared micro beams and/or RF to tighten the skin’s tissue and thereby eliminate wrinkles, fine lines, sun spots and even acne scars, leaving skin texture smooth and revitalized. This treatment can help long-term collagen production also.

Some of the most popular advanced cosmetic surgery techniques, such as Thermage, although technically not cosmetic LASER surgery, is being offered by clinics that specialize in both laser and RF treatments. Thermage is a procedure that uses radio frequencies to modify skin tissue as an aging prevention measure. It heats and modifies the tissue, causing tightening and therefore has toning effects for people of all ages.

Some of the treatments are termed IPL photofacial procedures. Many of the best cosmetic laser surgery centers blend laser, radio frequencies and surgical techniques to offer cellulite removal, eyelid or eye laser surgery, browlifting, facial liposuction, blends of laser treatments and chemical peels, laser skin resurfacing, lower body lifts, neck sagging skin rejuvenation, rosacea treatment, and even relief from skin discolorations and varicose veins. It’s also effective for skin tag, wart and mole removal.

Today’s advanced cosmetic laser surgery techniques range from basic skin resurfacing, photofacial procedures and unwanted hair removal systems to extensive laser eye surgery treatments. However, the most common and affordable ones are the laser treatment for varicose veins, laser hair removal, tattoo removal and acne treatments, which are successful for most people. Amongst some of the beauty possibilities to consider, that are less invasive, are the laser non surgical face lift procedures that offer immediate results. There are also state-of-the-art liposuction alternative treatments that literally melt away fat which is then drained out of small incisions. When it comes to laser skin tightening and toning techniques, the machines and procedures are personalized so there is hardly any down-time or side effects. Many cosmetic laser surgery clinics offer services over the lunch hour since most procedures can be done in half hour to 45 minutes sessions.

Laser skin rejuvenation and cosmetic surgery is about beauty, looking younger, being more alive. When you’re ready to get started, contact your nearest cosmetic laser surgery center to discuss personal procedures tailored to your needs, and exact cosmetic surgery prices in your area.

For additional information on specific cosmetic surgery prices, procedures and aftercare, or to explore potential risks of cosmetic surgery, please refer to related posts where you’ll find answers to commonly asked questions pertaining to other treatments and beauty related products such as the latest tattoo removal cream preparations. Find out if over-the-counter creams and lotions are effective for removing unwanted facial tattoos. And what about permanent makeup? Is cosmetic tattooing safe? What’s involved in the popular eyebrow tattoo and lip tattoo procedures? Are there none-micropigmentation solutions to achieving perfect eyebrows? Yes, and that’s why we also provide eye make up tips for ladies who prefer not to undertake permanent procedures.

We also offer information to help you decide if laser facial hair removal is a viable option in your case. Consider the facts we provide about permanent laser hair removal and why the FDA says it’s not permanent and can only be termed semi-permanent hair reduction. Why does the FDA not approve the words “permanent” and “removal”? Is it true that laser’s can’t remove hair permanently? What about IPL machines for home use? Are they safe? Do they work? Are they FDA approved? Read what we’ve discovered about the cost of laser hair removal and join us in the investigation of the effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) of home laser hair removal equipment.

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Nena Argent, editorial director of EbT magazine since 2009, oversees online editorial content in English and Spanish. She joined EbT after ten years as an investigative journalist in Asia where she researched oriental health, nutrition and beauty treatments. Now based in Europe, she reports on the latest beauty trends, health issues, high-tech medical advancements and state-of-the-art cosmetic procedures from around the world.

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