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omara-laser

In many patients, surgery or other interventions, such as injectable fillers or Botox, simply cannot provide the results that are desired.  The use of laser can treat a wide array of problems, such as mild to deep wrinkles, acne scars, and poor skin tone and texture.

 

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LASER RESURFACING TECHNOLOGY

This technology provides the ability to plane down wrinkles from the top surface of the skin while stimulating collagen formation from within the dermis, laying the foundation for a more youthful, healthy appearance.

Dr. O’Mara performs laser skin resurfacing himself in the office procedure room at Facial Plastic Surgery of Beaumont. Treatment and recovery time varies according to the patient’s individual plan of care.

 

BROW LIFT BENEFITS & RESULTS

The procedure effectively minimizes forehead creases, drooping eyebrows, hooding over the eyes, frown lines and furrowed forehead lines to rejuvenate a heavy, tired or frowning appearance while also enhancing the eyes. The result is a more youthful and refreshed brow and eye appearance.

 

LASER RESURFACING BEFORE & AFTER’S

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Before and after Laser Resurfacing Before and after Laser Resurfacing

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LASER RESURFACING RESULTS

Many patients that we treat will obtain the best results with a combination of surgical intervention, when necessary, and laser resurfacing.

Patients with less severe facial lines may not require deep laser resurfacing.  Also, many patients do not have the time for a prolonged healing phase.  We offer lighter laser peels that can enable the patient to resume normal activities sooner.

Also, patients may have sun-damaged skin in the form of pigmented spots, or problems with small blood vessels causing chronic redness.  Phototherapy is a valuable tool often used in combination with other laser procedures to help improve skin discoloration.   Please refer to the Skin Care section for more details.

 

RELATED LASER RESURFACING PATIENT QUESTIONS

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I recently read that dermabrasion has pretty much been replaced by laser resurfacing. Is this true? Are there ever times when dermabrasion is a better option?
I perform laser resurfacing more often than dermabrasion, but it has not completely replaced that procedure. Laser resurfacing is valuable for treating the entire face to im…

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I’m a 35 year-old white male with some significant acne scars on my face. I’m considering a skin refinishing treatment. I see you perform Dermabrasion. Can you explain the difference between Dermabrasion and a chemical peel? Are skin reactions common with Dermabrasion? What kind of results could I expect?
If you have some isolated areas of acne scarring, dermabrasion is a good method of treatment. As I have said before, deeper acne scars need to be removed before dermabrasion …

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As a middle aged woman, I am concerned about the skin on my face beginning to wrinkle. I know that chemical peel procedures use acids to dissolve the top layers of skin and that laser skin resurfacing does the same thing. How do I know which procedure will work best on my skin?
The procedure that is the best for you depends on your skin quality, the depth of your wrinkles, and your desired “down time”. For minor wrinkles and pigmentation of the face…

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I have ice pick acne scarring on my cheeks and I was told that laser resurfacing was a good option but someone else mentioned dermabrasion. Can you explain the pros and cons of each procedure?
In my opinion, laser resurfacing is a better method of treatment for acne scarring. It can more readily provide a uniform removal of the outer skin layers throughout the enti…

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