Aerolase International Clinical Summit:  Botox and Fillers

Botox and Fillers Aerolase Webinar

Laser skin rejuvenation and injectables are known to be complementary modalities in aesthetic medicine, but the application of both in a single treatment session is generally avoided. This is because some lasers for skin rejuvenation are associated with significant treatment discomfort, and to combine that with multiple needle injections in the same session is too traumatic for many patients. Meanwhile, many clinicians who inject patients find that some are lost to followup treatments due to the pain, bruising and swelling caused by the injections. This study was conducted to evaluate a novel 650-microsecond pulsed Nd: YAG 1064nm laser, in terms of its ability to provide laser skin rejuvenation without discomfort, and thus combine it safely in the same session with injectables to improve the overall skin rejuvenation effect.

This study was conducted to evaluate a novel 650-microsecond pulsed Nd: YAG 1064nm laser, in terms of its ability to provide laser skin rejuvenation.

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Laser skin rejuvenation and injectables are known to be complementary modalities in aesthetic medicine, but the application of both in a single treatment session is generally avoided. This is because some lasers for skin rejuvenation are associated with significant treatment discomfort, and to combine that with multiple needle injections in the same session is too traumatic for many patients. Meanwhile, many clinicians who inject patients find that some are lost to followup treatments due to the pain, bruising and swelling caused by the injections. This study was conducted to evaluate a novel 650-microsecond pulsed Nd: YAG 1064nm laser, in terms of its ability to provide laser skin rejuvenation without discomfort, and thus combine it safely in the same session with injectables to improve the overall skin rejuvenation effect.

SPEAKER(S)

Dr. Khalil Khatri

MD

Skin & Laser Surgery Center of New England

Pam Bennett

RN

Fran Cook-Bolden

MD, FAAD

Park South Medical

Suzanne Sirota-Rozenberg

DO, FAOCD

SRS Dermatology

Yelena Kipervas

DO

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