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Laser Surgery for Stretch Marks
Effectiveness of laser surgery for stretch marks treatment
This article focuses on the usefulness of stretch mark laser surgery. You will Know what recent studies have found about their effectiveness versus the opinions of practitioners.
A laser is concentrated energy in a beam of light. This beam can selectively transmit its energy onto tissues in order to change them as desired and can be used for a variety of problems, from eruptions to stretch marks. It can even be used in the treatment of eye defects such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Lasers hold in themselves a material that creates and magnifies light. Two mirrors are used to reflect the light back and forth via this material. This gives rise to a beam that is packed and powerful, composed of one pure color or many different pure colors. These qualities, which distinguish a laser from a light bulb, make the former a useful tool for aesthetic and medical applications.
But first, don't be fooled by the name. Stretch marks laser surgery is actually an out-patient procedure for the removal of stretch marks that has little to no recovery period involved.
Alternatively, there is a procedure similar to that of a stretch marks laser, and uses a gel and light to remove your stretch marks. This is called blue light therapy for stretch mark removal.
Stretch marks can contribute to a poor view of body image and thereby, lowered self esteem which makes people search for answers to questions as basic as "How to get rid of stretch marks", "Do stretch marks go away" or "What is the cause of stretch marks?" If you do a little research to find out about the safety and effectiveness of stretch mark laser surgery you will see that opinions on whether laser surgery can actually remove stretch marks or not is divided. Those who say that stretch mark laser surgery is a solution and those who say that the procedure will not produce the overall benefits that people expect. The true answer lies more towards the middle of the two arguments.
Proponents of laser surgery say that the process works because it can stimulate new collagen growth and fill in the area of depression that the stretch mark has left. Collagen is a fibrous protein found in connective tissues of the body.
Supporters of this method say that it works because collagen starts to build at the bottom of the depression and expands until the entire mark is filled. The laser is used to stimulate the growth of collagen. Moreover, it is reported that there is no or very minimal pain for people undergoing the procedure and there is no bleeding or open wounds.
Contenders of this perspective say lasers are supposedly useful in eliminating, vaporizing and breaking down damaged tissues. They are not capable of restoring tissues to a healthy state, as it were. Since stretch marks are a sign of broken tissues, they cannot be fixed by laser therapy. According to them, there is proof from clinical research that stretch marks are not treatable through laser therapy.
Many practicing surgeons contend that laser surgery is an effective technique for stretch mark removal. And some clinical studies have shown that there was no improvement in stretch mark appearance after laser surgery.
The cost for stretch mark laser surgery is also a factor and can be very expensive according to the latest market reports.
The real answer lies in between the positive and the negative. Laser surgery can be an option for the treatment of stretch marks depending on the stage of the mark. And the reduction of scar tissues attained with a laser and the stimulation of growth of new fibroblasts that it triggers can be very much enhanced with the pre and post application of SKIN REGENERATING ACCELERATORS, such as contained in Bio Body Cream.
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