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Commentary
January 2002

Evaluation of the Efficacy of Subdermal Application of the Carbon Dioxide Laser for Dermal Contracture

Author Affiliations

Cosmetic, Laser, and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Medical Arts Bldg, Suite 202
33 Overlook Rd
Summit, NJ 07901

 

Cosmetic, Laser, and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
 University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
 Medical Arts Bldg, Suite 202
 33 Overlook Rd
 Summit, NJ 07901


Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2002;4(1):41. doi:

DRS GOCO and Stucker1 should be commended for designing and performing their study to evaluate the efficacy of laser resurfacing of the underside of the dermis. This technique was described as part of the weekend alternative to the face-lift procedure.2-3 In this procedure, a meticulous, detailed cervical-facial liposuction, platysmaplasty, limited defocused carbon dioxide (CO2) laser treatment of the underside of the dermis, and a possible chin implant are performed.2-3

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