The laser is an important tool that is increasingly used in medicine and other fields. It is useful for destroying kidney stones, solve some eye problems, treat tooth decay, and also to remove tattoos.
It is frequently used in dermatology and often in cosmetic surgery, resulting in a useful ally to fix cosmetic defects, congenital or acquired. It should, however, be remembered that the laser does not resolve all problems.
The key issue is to rely on a trusted and competent doctor before embarking on a laser treatment, because its misuse can result in harm rather than an improvement.
Oftentimes, laser treatment can cause redness and hyperpigmented spots due to the therapy. In some cases, they disappear very quickly, but some other times they may persist causing inconvenience if treatment is applied to the face.