Laser resurfacing is a procedure which is aimed at rejuvenating the face. It works by injuring the top layers of your skin, the epidermis, causing a signal which promotes regeneration of new skin at the top layer of the skin. While laser skin resurfacing is an effective method for prompting fresher, more youthful facial glow, there are some risks that take place at various layers in the skin which can cause fat volume loss. Because of this fact, I rarely, if ever, use laser resurfacing for facial rejuvenation. Instead I use fat grafting , aka fat transfer. Because with laser, regeneration of the skin is prompted by destruction and that destruction can also cause fat volume loss.
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Laser hair removal is a noninvasive technique that uses highly concentrated light to penetrate hair follicles and inhibit future hair growth. Laser hair removal is a noninvasive technique that uses highly concentrated light to penetrate hair follicles. The laser light is absorbed by the pigment in the hair shaft in the follicle-generating heat which damages the follicle to inhibit future hair growth. Therefore, plucking hair before treatment reduces the efficacy of the laser treatment as the target is absent.
Low-Level Laser (Light) Therapy (LLLT) for Treatment of Hair Loss
Electrolysis is a hair removal technique that uses an electric current to destroy hair follicles. An electrolysis procedures starts with a small needle being inserted into an individual hair follicle. The needle delivers heat energy to terminate the follicle. The individual hair is then removed plucked out using tweezers.
Hair loss is, simply, the loss of hair in a region where hair is desired, usually the head, and sometimes the eyebrows or lashes. In reality, of course, the emotional impact of hair loss is anything but simple. This is especially true with women, for whom loss of hair can cause low self-esteem.