Laser and cosmetics dermatology

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What is laser and cosmetic dermatology?

Laser therapy is a technique through which the direct rays of light short and centered on the skin areas affected and is also known in some cases peeling skin where they are through which to remove extra layer of skin and heating the bottom layer of them called the dermis to stimulate the skin cells to product elastin and collagen.

 

Symptoms:-

  • Changes in skin color.
  • Damage to the eye area.
  • Itching and redness.
  • Infection and infection.
  • Exposure to burns and scars.
  • Other laser damage to the face.

 

the reasons:-

It can be used to treat many skin problems, such as: wrinkles, skin spots, and skin blemishes. Laser skin regeneration can also be performed when there are wrinkles caused by excessive exposure to sunlight, or in cases of wrinkles under the eyes, or acne scars.

 

Risk Factors:-

  • Redness – these processes may destroy the targeted hair follicles, resulting in redness and irritation of the skin, as well as a feeling of numbness and trembling.
  • Peeling The areas targeted by the laser are exposed to peeling of the skin, so it must be taken care of by using moisturizing creams.
  • Change in skin color.

 

When to see a doctor:-

Individuals with symptoms of a disease affecting the skin, hair, nails, or mucous membranes should see a dermatologist if this condition does not respond to home treatment.

 

The most important treatment methods:-

  • surgeries

Dermatologists use a range of medical and cosmetic surgical procedures. Although many skin conditions can be treated with medication and non-surgical treatment, some require surgical intervention or more invasive treatment such as a surgeries Dermatological surgeries can be done in clinks or during a stay in hospital for treatment.

 

  • biopsies

Skin biopsies are performed first. A biopsy is a medical test in which a surgeon or interventional radiologist takes a sample of cells or tissues to be examined, in order to diagnose or rule out certain skin conditions. There are three commonly used types of skin biopsy: scraping biopsies remove small sections of the top layer of skin, micro biopsies remove a small circular section, including the deeper layers of skin, and excision biopsies remove entire areas of abnormal skin.

 

  • Chemical Peeling

For a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes a layer of skin to peel off leaving a layer of regenerated skin underneath, which is usually smooth. Dermatologists use this procedure to treat sun-damaged skin and to treat some types of acne. People’s complaints of a cosmetic nature such as age spots and lines under the eyes can also be treated.

 

  • Cosmetic injections

Wrinkles, scars and the loss of facial fullness can be temporarily reduced with cosmetic injections. A dermatologist can inject botulinum toxin or fillers such as collagen and lipids during an office visit. The results of this treatment tend to last for a few months, and the injections must be repeated periodically. Some people can develop antibodies to Botox that make repeat treatment ineffective. So you should ask your doctor about it.

 

  • Cryotherapy

It is a quick and common form of treatment for many benign skin conditions such as warts. Skin damage and wounds are frozen to destroy affected skin cells, often with liquid nitrogen.

 

  • dermabrasion

A process in which the doctor uses a brush with a high rotation speed, the dermatologist removes the top layer of skin and surgically sculpts scar tissue, fine wrinkles, tattoos, and potentially precancerous skin patches.

 

  • excision of precancerous lesions

Skin lesions are removed for a variety of reasons. They are removed to prevent the disease from spreading for cosmetic reasons, to prevent recurrence of infection, to relieve symptoms, and for diagnosis. Depending on the size of the lesion or damage, a local or general anesthetic may be used to numb the area prior to removal.

 

 

  • Hair removal and restoration

Hair loss can be treated with transplantation or surgery to the scalp. Unwanted body hair can be removed with laser hair removal or electrolysis that destroys hair follicles.

 

  • Laser surgery

Dermatologists can use a special beam of light to treat a variety of skin complaints, including tumors, warts, moles, tattoos, birthmarks, scars, wrinkles and unwanted hair.

 

  • Mohs surgery

Called Mohs microsurgery, this is a specific type of surgery for skin cancer. Where the layers of the skin are removed and examined under a microscope to get rid of cancerous cells while retaining as much healthy tissue as possible. Successive layers are removed until the surgeon finds no more cancer cells. Mohs surgery is only performed by surgeons who specialize in Mohs microsurgery and requires additional medical training.

 

  • Implant and skin flap

The flap is healthy skin and tissue that is used to cover the wound, so it is called mobile tissue. Dermatologists can repair the lost skin by using skin from another part of the body and transplanting it to the selected area. The skin can be transplanted using a free piece of tissue without the need for its own blood supply or a skin flap can be created from skin tissue near the area of skin loss.

 

  • Liposuction of the swollen fat

Dermatologists use a process called liposuction to remove excess fat from the body. Large amounts of a local anesthetic is injected into the fatty tissue and then absorbed from the body. Crystallized liposuction is not a treatment for obesity but rather a cosmetic procedure for body contouring and sculpting. Dermatologists can also use lasers to selectively blast away fat cells and help remove swollen fluid.

 

  • Treatment of veins

Superficial leg veins are small, dilated superficial veins. Also known as spider veins, they are often removed for cosmetic reasons. Sclerotherapy is usually the treatment of choice for spider veins. In which dermatologists insert a foam or solution into a vein. This will upset the inner lining, causing it to close. The vein becomes less distinct and visible, or disappears completely.

 

Protection:-

  • Avoid exposing the treated areas to sunlight.
  • Avoid undergoing tanning procedures of all kinds.
  • Avoid lightening creams.
  • Avoid hair removal by traditional methods during the treatment period.
 
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