Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the most superficial layers of the epidermis are removed to smooth the skin. It is typically performed in the doctor’s office or outpatient clinic, by a plastic or dermatologic surgeon.
What is Dermabrasion?

Dermabrasion is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the most superficial layers of the epidermis are removed to smooth the skin. It is typically performed in the doctor’s office or outpatient clinic, by a plastic or dermatologic surgeon.

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ASPS conducts survey to gauge public's mindset on preferred treatments

ASPS conducts survey to gauge public's mindset on preferred treatments

Avita commences enrollment in ReCell study for hypertrophic dyspigmented scars

Avita commences enrollment in ReCell study for hypertrophic dyspigmented scars

FDA approves Avita's IDE for use of ReCell to treat hypertrophic dyspigmented scars

FDA approves Avita's IDE for use of ReCell to treat hypertrophic dyspigmented scars

More men undergo cosmetic surgical procedures

More men undergo cosmetic surgical procedures

AlexTriVantage pigment-specific lasers for multi-colored tattoo removal

AlexTriVantage pigment-specific lasers for multi-colored tattoo removal

Axis Three launches new 3D scanner to simulate facial surgery outcomes

Axis Three launches new 3D scanner to simulate facial surgery outcomes

Axis Three launches 3D surgical simulation platform at Plastic Surgery 2009

Axis Three launches 3D surgical simulation platform at Plastic Surgery 2009

Laser treatment the best fix for wrinkles

Laser treatment the best fix for wrinkles

Individualized treatment options for rosacea

Individualized treatment options for rosacea

Dermatologists now have many treatment options that can significantly reduce the appearance of scars or make them disappear all together

Dermatologists now have many treatment options that can significantly reduce the appearance of scars or make them disappear all together