Rejuvenation of the Face, Neck and Décolletage Using a 650 Microsecond Pulsed 1064nm Laser

Michael Gold, MD, Bruce Katz, MD, Kevin Pinski, MD, Jason Emer, MD

As published at the 2018 American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting

Objective and Purpose: Skin rejuvenation is a multifactorial treatment to address treatments that patients can present as any one or more conditions including sun damage (skin tone and texture), facial redness and veins, wrinkles, age spots, and/or melasma and brown patches. Numerous energy-based devices have been tested to address skin rejuvenation including laser, light-based devices, and radiofrequency with several devices needed in order to address patients presenting with multiple conditions. This study aims to evaluate the efficacy of a single 650 Microsecond 1064nm laser (LightPod Neo, Aerolase, Tarrytown, NY) in addressing skin rejuvenation with patients presenting with more than one condition.

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