Laser treatments in dermatology and cosmetology
Lasers use light energy to resurface the skin. Because this light energy is so specialised, it may target damaged skin cells while leaving healthy skin cells alone. Laser treatment is used to meet the aims of both medical and cosmetic dermatology. Although not all of the goals of laser treatment in dermatology are achieved, laser therapy piques the curiosity of both the medical and non-medical sectors. Laser treatment is now used to treat four conditions: vascular lesions, hair removal, pigmented lesions, and tissue ablation. Medical disorders such as psoriasis, vitiligo, acne, and wound healing are among the more recent laser uses.