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The CO2 laser is an excellent treatment option for deeper wrinkles, acne scarring and sun damaged skin
 There are two types of C02 laser technologies, fully ablative and fractionally ablative lasers.  

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The C0 2 RE Carbon Dioxide ( C02 ) Fractional Laser  Resurfacing removes layers of skin tissue in a fractionated method (columns of skin are removed, leaving the skin surrounding each column intact to aid in healing) to help reduce ?age-spots? (also called sun freckles, liver spots, and lentigines), fine lines, 

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Difference between the UltraPulse CO2 Laser and other lasers
In order to clarify without too much discussion the differences in the lasers, the mission of the resurfacing laser is to precisely heat the skin removing old or damaged cells and tightening the skin through shrinkage or collagen generation.  Generally, the more heating, the more tightening, rejuvenation you get (within limits) and the better the result.  
Which is the Best Machine for Fractional CO2 ?
There are many good machines available today but  Lumenis is one of the best CO2 laser for fractional CO2 resurfacing.
I have few acne scars on my cheek. Can I do fractional Co2?
Yes, you can do Co2 laser treatment on acne scarring you have. 
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