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Non-ablative Diode Laser for The Treatment of Post Acne Scars

@inproceedings{Rasheed2005NonablativeDL,
  title={Non-ablative Diode Laser for The Treatment of Post Acne Scars},
  author={A. Rasheed},
  year={2005}
}
Key MethodThirty cases of post-acne scarring have been subjected to treatment by low level energy diode laser (1450 nm) in 4-6 sessions at 3 week intervals. The duration of the study was 18 months including a follow up period of 6 months after the last session. Only 16 cases (53.3%) showed satisfactory (good to excellent) response with a relatively high incidence of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (66.7%). Although low level diode laser seems to offer an attractive modality to deal with some dermal…Expand
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