WHAT IS IT
Laser resurfacing involves using a highly concentrated beam of light to resurface the outermost layers of the skin. There are two types of laser resurfacing: ablative (wounding) laser resurfacing and non-ablative (non-wounding) laser resurfacing. The first type, ablative laser resurfacing is also called wounding laser resurfacing as it actually damages the top layers of your skin to remove dead, dry skin cells and promote the growth of healthy skin cells in their place. Non-ablative laser resurfacing, also known as non-wounding laser resurfacing, is named so as it does not remove any layers of the skin but simply penetrates deep into the lower levels of the dermis to promote collagen production and cell regeneration. Some specific types of laser resurfacing combine the two methods to produce the greatest impact on the skin.
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