Laser procedures for the skin continue to become more and more popular: 590,000 procedures were performed in 2004, up by 300% since 2003, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Many dermatologists have been asked by patients, friends, and relatives: “What can I do about these brown and red spots on my neck and chest?”
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