Advances projected in light-therapy devices for the home

09/24/2013 | SkinAndAllergyNews.com

The use of laser and pulsed light therapy in the home can't replace what dermatologists can do in the office, and they should be subject to the same high standards that devices used in the office face, an expert said. Nonablative resurfacing could be a promising area for future development.

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