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JUVA Skin & Laser Center Introduces Affirm CO2 to New York City Laser Resurfacing Clients
Date:8/7/2008

The Affirm CO2 workstation smooths out a few wrinkles in the laser skin resurfacing technology. The innovation uses an ablative approach to target wrinkles, photo-aging and other skin flaws with minimal downtime. JUVA Skin & Laser Center introduces the technology at its skin care center in New York City.

(PRWEB) August 7, 2008 -- http://www.juvaskin.com/skin_and_laser_center/lasers_and_laser_surgery.htm#affirm [New York City laser resurfacing] has taken a giant leap forward with the introduction of Affirm CO2. The innovative laser workstation is the latest anti-aging secret to take the skin rejuvenation scene by storm.

The Affirm CO2 ablative workstation was developed by Cynosure Inc., the developer and manufacturer of a line of light-based aesthetic treatment systems used in wrinkle reduction procedures and skin rejuvenation treatment. According to http://www.juvaskin.com/skin_and_laser_center/procedures_we_offer.htm [New York City skin care] expert Dr. Bruce Katz, founder and medical director of JUVA Skin & Laser Center, the technology emerges as the best treatment for upper lip wrinkles and deep under eye wrinkles for patients who want a balance between dramatic results and quick recovery.

"The Affirm CO2 laser is the newest fractional laser technology that has been shown to be the most effective in treating wrinkles, sun damage, pigment changes and acne scarring with minimal downtime and side effects," explained JUVA Skin director Dr. Bruce Katz. "It can be used on the face, neck, chest and other areas of the body and is a major advance in skin rejuvenation."

Dr. Katz, a well-known figure in New York City skin care circles, p
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