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Laser skin resurfacing, also known as a laser peel, is the removal of the top layers of the skin via focused laser light energy. Some types of lasers also penetrate into deeper layers of skin to provide additional benefits. The main goals of laser skin resurfacing are to make the skin smoother, tighter, and more even in tone, texture, and color.
Those who can benefit from a skin resurfacing procedure include patients with skin imperfections like wrinkles, loose skin, scars (including acne scars), vascular lesions (like broken capillaries or spider veins), enlarged pores, rough skin texture, dark spots (hyperpigmentation) on the skin, or unwanted tattoos, hair, or birthmarks.
Skin resurfacing is usually performed on an outpatient basis. You will be required to keep the skin moist and to stay out of the sun completely during the healing period, and you may be expected to wear some type of sterile dressing over the treated area. It is generally recommended that the patient rest indoors for at least 7 to 10 days, except in the case of a very light peel.
Possible short-term risks and complications include prolonged redness of skin, tenderness or a burning sensation, itching, increased sensitivity to light, and easy flushing.