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March 27, 2017 by basharbizrah0

Laser Resurfacing

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Chemical Resurfacing

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32. Rubach BW: Comparison of chemical peel and dermabrasion to carbon dioxide (C02) laser resurfacing. Operative Techn. Otolaryngol. Head Neck Surg. 8:9-14, 1997.
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34. Stevens MB, Obagi ZE, Sawaf M: Optimizing the results of your resurfacing procedures by preprocedure and postprocedure skin conditioning. Int. J. Aesthetic and Restorative Surg. 4:133-136, 1996.
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