The future of dermatology devices may be very small

03/5/2013 | SkinAndAllergyNews.com

Advances in computers and microelectronics will let lasers change settings automatically and make the devices easier to use, predicts dermatologist Murad Alam, a professor at Northwestern University. Nanotechnology will lead to ever-smaller, disposable devices, he says. Advances in stem cell technology, fat reduction, skin tightening and grafts also are coming, Alam says.

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