Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Skin Treatment

If you are considering Laser Skin Treatment, you may have some questions that you want answers to. Before making up your mind you will want to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon to discuss treatments, and options. Of course you should never take chances with your face. Be sure that you consult with a qualified M.D. or D.M.D, such as David K. Hiranaka. Read on to get some of your basic questions answered.

What can Laser Skin Treatment can help with?

There are many types of issues that this procedure can help. If over the years your skin has become blotchy, shows signs of aging such as wrinkles, scarring from acne, or if your skin has been abused by too much time in the sun, this can help. Skin laser is like being able to turn back the hands of time.

Can you go home the same day that it is done?

You can go home right away, this procedure is done as an outpatient procedure. You will actually be in and out pretty quickly. The exact time it takes will depend on how much of your face you have done. If you are just doing certain parts of your face, you can be done in 45 minutes or less. If you have your entire face done, it can take up to two hours.

Will smoking impact the results?

Your doctor will likely tell you to quit smoking for a period of time before you have the procedure done. Smoking can impact the healing time. You should also refrain from smoking once the procedure is finished. At least until you are healed. As many people know smoking is not good for the skin, and leave it dull, as well as causes wrinkles. It is best for your face, and the rest of your health, if you work to stop smoking permanently.

You now have answers to the basic questions that many people have about having this done. Other more specific questions are best left to the doctor to answer during your consultation. Now that you know how this helps, and how long it takes, you can make a more informed decision as to whether this is right for you. Check out our videos on Youtube.

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