Laser Skin Resurfacing Directory
Do you suffer from dull, uneven skintone? Laser skin resurfacing can be used to remove layers of damaged skin surface by using pulsating beams of light. Once healed, fresh, dewy skin remains giving you a beautiful complexion. Good for acne scars, wrinkles, and fine lines (but not for stretch marks), laser resurfacing takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours; recovery can last from 10-21 days. Find more about how laser resurfacing works, who is a good candidate for it, what to expect from the treatment, and much more.
WebMD explains laser resurfacing, a procedure that helps minimize wrinkles, blemishes, and scars, including its benefits, side effects, and costs.
Laser Skin Resurfacing: Benefits, Side Effects, and Average Cost
WebMD explains laser skin resurfacing benefits, uses, side effects, and average cost.
Slideshow: How to Get a Face Lift Without Plastic Surgery
See the latest options in nonsurgical cosmetic procedures for the face, including Botox, chemical peels, fillers, Thermage, microdermabrasion, and nonablative laser treatment.
Slideshow: Cosmetic Surgery
See before and after pictures of popular cosmetic surgery procedures, including liposuction, tummy tuck, breast implants, rhinoplasty, neck lift, and more.
Peel Treatments for Olive-Skinned Patients
Is an olive-skinned person a good candiate for a chemical or laser peel? Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Robert Kotler explains.
Good Candidates for Chemical or Laser Peels
Will your skin type respond well to a chemical or laser peel to reduce wrinkles? Find out from cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Robert Kotler.