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Tampa Bay Vein Treatment and Cosmetic Dermatology Practice Using New Laser Technology Some Say is the Latest Breakthrough
Date:3/17/2010

ore popular over the years as less invasive ways of enhancing skin texture and tone than major surgical procedures, laser skin resurfacing is geared toward eliminating damaged skin cells and replacing them with healthier dermal layers. Dr. Hunt says these techniques can be helpful for people who suffer from the mildest forms of skin damage or signs of aging, to those affected by major skin conditions and uneven skin pigmentation.

CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing
Dr. Hunt says one of the prime examples of the innovations made in laser skin rejuvenation treatments is the CO2 laser. At his practice, Dr. Hunt uses the Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser Solution for patients considering laser skin resurfacing in Tampa Bay, Florida who want to diminish the appearance of wrinkles, sun damage, and other signs of age. Dr. Hunt says this treatment system actually stimulates the growth of collagen and brings forth newer, healthier layers of skin. The system includes components that are designed to leave the skin intact during treatment, which speeds up the healing process and typically reduces the recovery time. Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Hunt says one of the chief benefits of the Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser Solution and other CO2 laser resurfacing systems is that they often do not require a heavy series of treatments to yield optimal results. Plus, Dr. Hunt says typical treatment sessions last less than 30 minutes and can often be performed on a patient’s lunch hour. And, with just a few days of “social downtime”, his patients are eager to reap the dramatic benefits of new CO2 technology.

ActiveFX™ and DeepFX™ Laser Skin Treatments
Dr. Hunt says, as the technology continues to develop an
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