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Skin Lesions
Spider Vein Removal
Stretch Mark Removal
Sun Damage Treatment
Tattoo Removal
Thermage Face-Lift
Varicose Vein Removal
Wart Removal

Skin Lesions
Laser treatments
Today’s advanced laser technology allows us to safely, easily, and effectively treat Skin Lesions somewhat painlessly, on an out-patient basis.

How does a laser work?
The laser light beam is able to selectively target and fragment the Skin Lesion pigments without harming the adjacent skin structures.

How many treatments are required?
This depends on the size, location, depth of the lesion. You may require more than one treatment. With each treatment some of the pigment is broken down and cleared away by your body. Treatments should be placed 3 to 4 weeks apart.

Call our office and schedule a consultation to find out if you
could benefit from laser removal of Skin Lesions.
513-221-1111 or 859-442-9000

Are laser treatments safe?
Lasers have been used successfully in hundreds of thousands of treatments. Laser treatments performed properly, by a trained physician, are safe and effective. There are many benefits to laser surgery including little if any pain, no needles, less bruising and swelling.

Do treatments for skin lesions hurt?
Patients say they feel a slight sting, like the snap of a rubber band on the skin, followed by the feeling of slight sunburn that subsides over the next hour.

What other skin conditions can lasers treat?
Other skin conditions treated with lasers include: tattoos, freckles, moles, warts, skin tags, stretch marks, acne and raised scars.

Before / After
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