Fraxel Restore and Seborrhoeic Dermatitis (Not Active)?
- Asked by et12321
- 11 months ago
Is it ok to continue to do Fraxel Restore if i have Seborrhoeic dermatitis? Its under control and not active my skin slight red thats cause from the oily skin but its not flaky, dry (no active symptoms). Im asking this is because ive had a fraxel to treat scar on my upper mid cheek few months ago and during recovery ive had minor blistering (1st few days), crusty/scabbing(around day 5, all shedded off by itself day 12). My Dr never ask this before so i never mention, only ask about medication.
Skin Issues and Fraxel
If you are well under control with your Seb. Derm. you should be OK to have the procedure done.
Dr. Grant Stevens Marina Plastic Surgery Associates Marina del Rey, CA The Institute
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Fraxel Restore and Seborrheic Dermatitis
Having an inflammatory skin condition such as seborrheic dermatitis can be a problem when performing cosmetic procedures on the skin, as these conditions can be flared by the procedure. Have your board certified dermatologist ensure that your seborrheic dermatitis is well controlled prior to having a treatment such as fraxel and you should have no problems.
Fraxel restore and seborrheic dermatitis
There is no problem having the Fraxel laser if your seborrheic dermatitis is under control. The advantage of having treatment with a dermatologist is that she can treat all of your skin concerns.
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Yes, seborrheic dermatitis is not a contraindication to Fraxel Restore Laser treatment.
Seborrheic dermatitis is not a contraindication to having a Fraxel Restore laser treatment. Have is done by a skilled dermatologist who can manage both the laser treatment and the seborrheic dermatitis.
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