• Smoothing Rhytids and Scars

    1 month ago - By The Cosmetic Bootcamp

    Aspen - Dermatologist Paul M. Friedman, M.D., outlined many uses for the dual fractional 1550 nm/1927 nm laser at this summer's Cosmetic Bootcamp . He is director of Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center in Houston.
    For periorbital wrinkles, “The 1550 nm wavelength is our workhorse, given the range of skin types that I'm seeing. We utilize higher fluences for deeper rhytids and scars, and lower density for darker skin types and patients who are experiencing discomfort. Total energy with this device is usually 2 to 4 kJ for a full-face treatment, in combination with forced-air cooling.”
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