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Among NAFR studies, rates of dyspigmentation are particularly low. In the Fisher et al. study of 60 follow-up visits after NAFR with skin types I to IV, no patients developed dyspigmentation . In the Graber et al. 73% . 57 days. No other forms of dyspigmentation developed. Other large studies endorse these findings. Just 1 of 202 and 1 of 84 patients developed transient postinflammatory hyperpigmentation after NAFR treatments in the studies by Cohen et al. , respectively [8, 37]. 3 Complications of Fractional Lasers (Ablative and Nonablative) Darker skin types have a higher susceptibility for change .
J Am Acad Dermatol 55:482–489 10. Izikson L, Nelson JS, Anderson RR (2009) Treatment of hypertrophic and resistant port wine stains with a 755 nm laser: a case series of 20 patients. Lasers Surg Med 41:427–432 11. Landthaler M, Hohenleutner U (2006) Laser therapy of vascular lesions. Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 22:324–332 12. McCoppin HHH, Goldberg DJ (2010) Laser treatment of facial telangiectases: an update. Dermatol Surg 36:1221–1230 13. Pereyra-Rodriguez JJ, Boixeda P, Perez-Carmona L et al (2009) Successful treatment of large venous malformation with dual wavelength 595 and 1064 nm system.
It is used for facial telangiectasias and also for facial freckles. The shorter wavelength and the low depth of penetration limit the employment only to superficial lesions of face, neck, and chest. Due to its skill to match epidermal melanin, it can be characterized by a higher risk of epidermal damage, especially in darker or tanned patients, limiting its use with Fitzpatrick skin types I, II, and III patients . 2 Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) Pulsed dye laser (PDL) uses a rhodamine dye that is dissolved in a solvent and pumped by a flashlamp; it emits 585–600-nm wavelength yellow light, approximately near to a hemoglobin absorption peak, and it is therefore considered the most specific laser currently available for the treatment of superficial vascular lesions.
Management of Complications of Cosmetic Procedures: Handling Common and More Uncommon Problems by Antonella Tosti, Kenneth R. Beer, Maria Pia De Padova