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Uses of Cosmetic Lasers
Treatment using laser is a medical treatment that uses light that is focused while on the other hand laser stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. The laser light is tuned to specific wavelengths that allows to be focused into powerful beams. Shaping of diamonds or steel cutting can be done using laser light as the intensity is too high. Laser therapy has various uses in the medical field. Relieving symptoms of cancer, removing kidney stones, improving vision, treating hair loss due to aging, shrinking and destroying tumors and treating pain that include back and nerve pain are some of the uses of laser therapy in the medical field.
In terms of relieving symptoms of cancer, laser treatment is useful in the early stages of some cancers such as basal cell skin cancer, vulvar cancer, cervical cancer, penile cancer, vaginal cancer and non-small cell lung cancer. Treatment of laser can result to a sealing or cauterizing effect. Lymph vessels, blood vessels and nerve endings are the areas that are sealed using laser therapy. Blood vessels are sealed in order to prevent blood loss. Laser treatments seal lymph vessels so that it can limit the spread of tumor cells and reduce swelling. The use of laser treatment to seal nerve endings is done to reduce pain after surgery.
In the cosmetic industry laser treatment is also applied. Removing tattoos, lessen the appearance of wrinkles among others are some of the uses of laser therapy in cosmetics. Aesthetic appeal is sought for when doing laser treatment in cosmetics.
Some factors have resulted to those who can or cannot laser treatment. People with skin conditions, poor health, age and cost are some of the factors that are checked before doing laser treatment. The laser therapy to be used is determined by the procedure used and region of interest. Cosmetic scar, tattoo or wrinkle removal, cataract or tumor removal among others are some of the types of laser surgeries.
Aside from the benefits, laser therapy also has some risks in skin therapy and they include bleeding, scarring, changes in skin color, pain and infection. Treatment using laser under general anaesthesia has resulted to some potential health risks. Treatment of laser results to potential health risks such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia and confusion after waking. Accessibility of laser treatment is quite hard as they are very expensive. Carbon dioxide lasers, erbium, ablative and non-ablative, fractional lasers, alexandrite and IPL these are examples of cosmetic lasers.
Areas in which laser treatment occurs are equipped with necessary tools and state of the art equipment for them to use. Hospitals and companies dealing with laser treatment should also sponsor their workers and staff to training sessions so as to keep them up -dated with advancements in their line of work as well as the use of new technology.