Facial resurfacing can be accomplished in several different ways: mechanically (dermabrasion), deep chemical peels (phenol peels), or laser. There are two forms of laser resurfacing: ablative and nonablative. Nonablative resurfacing is typically done using topical anesthetic creams in an office setting. While the results are good, there is minimal improvement in wrinkles and very little skin tightening.  Dr Burns offers two techniques for ablative laser resurfacing: fully ablative and fractionated ablative resurfacing. 

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Procedures:  Full face laser resurfacing with Fractionated CO2/Fraxel Re:Pair

*All patients are unique and results may vary