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Procedures

TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE AT FAIRVIEW LASER CLINIC

  • CO2 Sharplan C40 Laser
  • CO2 Fractionated Laser
  • VBeam Perfacta (Candela)
  • Medlite3
  • Gentlase Alexandrite (Candela)
  • KTP Diode Laser
  • Smoothbeam (Candela)
  • Tripollar RF
  • Blue U (DUSA)
  • Omnilux
  • MD Peel Microdermabrasion

Procedure

Laser Non-Pigmented Lesion Treatment

Non-pigmented lesions are those which contain very little coloring or pigment. Usually they are called lumps and bumps such as warts, skin tags, keratosis, keloid, stretch marks, etc. These conditions should be assessed carefully by a physician to rule out any precancerous o...

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Laser Stretch Mark Treatment

Stretch marks are caused by the stretching of the skin over a rapid period of time. The time under tension causes the skin to lose elasticity as the collagen gets weaker. Stretch marks occur in the dermis, which is the layer of the skin helping to retain its shape. They can ...

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Laser Tattoo Treatment

Decorative Tattoos have a history dating back at least 5000 years, and the desire to remove them has probably existed just as long. At Fairview Laser Clinic, tattoos are removed using the Nd-YAG laser. The impact of energy from the powerful pulse of light is similar to th...

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Laser Mole Treatment

Moles are raised or flat spots formed on the skin. These may be brown, black and red in colour, formed due to aging, exposure to elements or hereditary. At Fairview Laser Clinic Dr. Jain removes the moles using Co2 or KTP lasers or a surgical technique of shaving. If a mo...

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