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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 Rosacea (Red Face) Treatment

Rosacea is a dermatologic condition where the patient has redness and flushing (erythema) on the central face and across the cheeks, nose, or forehead. In some cases, it may also affect the neck and chest areas. Rosacea is a disorder of dilated blood vessels which results in...

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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing is a technique used in the treatment of wrinkles caused by aging, sun damage, heredity, life style, acne and scars. The resurfacing is performed using CO2 or Fractional Laser. The laser removes skin layers by vaporization. The effect of the laser resurfacin...

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Laser Skin Tags Treatment

Skin tags are harmless tumors that form primarily in the skin folds. They also occur on the face, usually on the eyelids. They range in size from two to five millimeters, although larger ones have been seen. The skin tags may be smooth or irregular in appearance. These may b...

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Laser Vascular Lesions (Blood Vessels) Treatment

Port Wine Stain Treatment Port wine stains/red birthmark and strawberry hemangiomas- red lesions that grow rapidly after birth may impair the functions of other organs. These are treated with Pulse Dye Laser (V-Beam Perfacta). Leg Vein Treatment Spider veins less than 1mm...

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