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Low Level Laser Therapy

Low-level laser light therapy


Low-level laser light therapy is one of the fastest-growing technology to treat multiple skin related problems. It is a form of alternative medicine that uses laser light at low levels to treat the treatment. Also, this treatment helps to stimulate, healing and restoring. We will be discussing it in detail about low-level laser light therapy. 

How low-level laser light therapy works: 

This treatment procedure uses different wavelengths and outputs of low-level light to target an area on the skin. In fact, the body tissue absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light causes a reaction to the damaged cells. As a result, they respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration. This procedure treats both superficial tissues as well as deeper skin tissues. The procedure is painless as well as non-invasive. Each treatment typically takes only a few minutes. This is how this treatment is performed to get good results. Make sure you get this treatment done under a dermatologist or an aesthetician. 

Low-level laser therapy for skin rejuvenation:

This treatment helps overall skin rejuvenation. It can be used for a variety of skin issues such as:

  • Acne
  • Acne scars
  • Psoriasis
  • Vitiligo

Skin rejuvenation helps in age aging and protects your skin from free radicals.

Benefits of low laser light therapy:

There are multiple benefits such as:

  • It is a painless treatment. 
  • It helps in diseases and conditions.
  • Non-invasive.
  • Non-toxic

Now, we are through with this process and knew the benefits of this therapy. 

Low-level laser therapy contraindications:

Let’s check-in which conditions we should not use this procedure.

  • If you are  having Pacemakers
  • In case of Pregnancy
  • In Epileptic Seizures
  • Thyroid problem
  • Children under 18 years
  • Cancer problems
  • If you have Diabetes

Before starting with the treatment make sure you discuss with your dermatologist if you have any of the above problems.

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