Penetrates the hair follicle laser removal
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The area should be shaved prior to treatment to allow the light energy from the laser to best penetrate the hair follicle. After the treatment the hair will fall out in.
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Description:Shaving and depilatory creams: In addition, case reports have documented two laser surgeons contracting human papillomavirus HPV infection, presumably from the laser plume leading to transmission, with resultant tonsillar cancer and tongue cancer, respectively. The patient should start prophylactic antiviral medications eg, acyclovir, valacyclovir, famciclovir when indicated. The procedure for hair removal using all of the devices described above can be summarized as follows: Immediate reaction after laser impact note erythema, mild edema, sizzling of hairs View Media Gallery Postoperative care Ice packs reduce postoperative pain and minimize swelling. As its water is vaporized, it burns and creates a teensy burst of smoke called a laser plume. The ideal immediate response of treated skin is vaporization of the hair shaft with no other apparent effect.