Advances could allow extremely close targeting of laser treatment

03/25/2014 | Dermatology Times online

New technology could allow laser treatments to be targeted to specific sebaceous glands or to be used to change the shape of scar tissue or even remove nanoparticles of tattoo pigment, according to dermatologist and ASDS member R. Rox Anderson of Harvard Medical School. "If you look at our colleagues in ophthalmology, LASIK is a very well-developed procedure that basically changes the shape of tissue with a laser microbeam. We never do that in dermatology, but I believe it would be easy," Anderson said.

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