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Periorbital Lasers

  • Jason N. PoznerEmail author
  • Megan C. Jack
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Abstract

Nonsurgical periorbital rejuvenation has become quite popular in recent years as techniques and equipment have improved and as patients are seeking less invasive options. Laser resurfacing has morphed into treatments with a variety of devices all with the intent of shrinking skin and avoiding incisions. The devices used are full-field lasers, fractional lasers, radiofrequency, and ultrasound technology. This chapter discusses laser treatment options available to physicians, expected results, combination treatment with surgery, and complications.

Keywords

Fractional Laser Laser Safety Laser Resurface Periorbital Area Variable Pulse Width 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic CenterBoca RatonUSA

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