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Complications of laser facial resurfacing

Annales de chirurgie plastique et esthétique

Nov 3, 2004

L BelhaouariJ P Chavoin

Abstract

Laser resurfacing is a burn of the superficial skin layers: it's a controlled burn in its depth, that can destroy epidermis and the dermis superficial part, but not deeper for avoiding healing complications. All complications and the normal postoperative follow-up can be explained by th...read more

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Cyperus papyrus
Candida albicans
Hypopigmentation Disorder
Rayon
Avant
Dermis
Quil A
Skin Wrinkling
Hyperpigmentation
Abrasion Pharmacologic Substance
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Complications of laser facial resurfacing

Annales de chirurgie plastique et esthétique

Nov 3, 2004

L BelhaouariJ P Chavoin

PMID: 15518950

DOI: 10.1016/j.anplas.2004.08.010

Abstract

Laser resurfacing is a burn of the superficial skin layers: it's a controlled burn in its depth, that can destroy epidermis and the dermis superficial part, but not deeper for avoiding healing complications. All complications and the normal postoperative follow-up can be explained by th...read more

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Cyperus papyrus
Candida albicans
Hypopigmentation Disorder
Rayon
Avant
Dermis
Quil A
Skin Wrinkling
Hyperpigmentation
Abrasion Pharmacologic Substance

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Valacyclovir prophylaxis for herpes simplex virus infection or infection recurrence following laser skin resurfacing

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