Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Skin Resurfacing treatments abroad,

Cost of Laser Skin Resurfacing around world

# Country Average Cost Starting Cost Highest Cost
1 India $500 $500 $500

What affects the final cost of Laser Skin Resurfacing?

There are many factors that can affect the costs

  • Types of Surgery performed
  • Experience of the surgeon
  • Choice of hospital & Technology
  • Rehabilitation cost after surgery
  • Insurance Coverage can affect a person's out of pocket expenses

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About Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing removes several layers of skin with a precision laser. The new skin cells that form give the skin a tighter, younger looking surface. Laser skin resurfacing is sought after by patients who want to reduce the appearance of scarring, wrinkles, age spots, uneven skin, or damaged skin. It can improve the skin's complexion.

Recommended for Fine lines Acne scars, Skin blotches, Sun damage, Signs of ageing. Time requirements, Number of days in hospital 1 . Overnight stay not required. Average length of stay abroad 2 - 3 days. Number of trips abroad needed 1. Laser skin resurfacing can improve the appearance of wrinkles, pigmentation changes in the skin, scars or burns.

Before Procedure / Treatment

Patients will have a consultation with the doctor who will review the patients medical history and discuss the patient's goals. Before the treatment, patients will be advised to refrain from taking certain medications such as aspirin, as it can inhibit blood clotting, and smokers should stop for the 2 weeks before the procedure.

Patients should avoid getting sunburnt before the treatment, as the skin can become more sensitive to the laser. Depending on the the size or area of treatment, patients may wish to book several days off work as the face is often red and inflamed for several days afterwards.,

How it Performed?

The doctor will clean the area being treated and will administer a local anesthetic. There are 2 different types of laser which can be used, an ablative laser or a non-ablative laser. An ablative laser wounds the skin by applying light energy to the skin, which remove the top layers. As the outer layers of skin are destroyed, the skin will appear red and may bleed slightly. Once the wounds heal, new skin will grow back and will be smoother.

A non-ablative laser does not wound the skin and is less invasive. Light energy is applied to the skin to damage the collagen, this then promotes the growth of new collagen which will tighten the skin. Anesthesia Usually local anesthetic with sedation, or general anesthetic. Procedure duration The Laser Skin Resurfacing takes 30 to 90 minutes. The laser removes the upper layer of the skin, which then grows back smoother once the skin has healed.,


Post procedure care Following treatment, your face will be bandaged, and will need to be cleaned several times a day, as advised by your doctor.

Possible discomfort Itching and stinging for up to 72 hours post-procedure, later the skin may become dry and peel.,

Top 10 Hospitals for Laser Skin Resurfacing

Following are the best 10 hospitals for Laser Skin Resurfacing in the world:

# Hospital Country City Price
1 Fortis Memorial Research Institute India Gurgaon ---    
2 Chiangmai Ram Hospital Thailand Chiang Mai ---    
3 Medipol Mega University Hospital Turkey Istanbul ---    
4 Capital Health - CityPraxen Berlin Germany Berlin ---    
5 Dobro Clinic Ukraine Kiev ---    
6 Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute... India New Delhi ---    
7 Nanavati Hospital India Mumbai ---    
8 BGS Global Hospitals India Bangalore ---    
9 Kamineni Hospital India Hyderabad ---    
10 Revital Aspach Austria Aspach ---    

Best doctors for Laser Skin Resurfacing

Following are the best doctors for Laser Skin Resurfacing in the world:

1 Dr. Rashmi Taneja Aesthetics and Plastic Surgeon Global Hospitals
2 Dr Manoj Khanna Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Sikarin Hospital
3 Dr,. Prateek Arora Aesthetics and Plastic Surgeon Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
4 Dr. Vipul Nanda Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Indian Spinal Injuries Ce...
5 Dr. Manik Sharma Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Indian Spinal Injuries Ce...
6 Dr. Raghav Mantri Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
7 Dr. Charu Sharma Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Global Hospital Perumbakk...
8 Dr Ramji Gupta Dermatologist Indraprastha Apollo Hospi...
9 Dr Ravi Joshi Dermatologist Indraprastha Apollo Hospi...

Frequently Asked Questions

The majority of patients who undergo laser skin resurfacing are satisfied with the results. Most patients agree that the results from treatments with ablative lasers (ones that remove layers of skin) are less noticeable right away than results from non-ablative lasers (which are used to tighten skin and stimulate collagen production).

Patients describe a burning or stinging feeling while the laser is applied. Some clinics may use a numbing or cooling gel to make the treatment more comfortable. For extensive ablative laser treatments, local anaesthetics may be used, which will make the treatment area numb. For extensive resurfacing across the entire face, patients may be given sedation. After treatment, the treated skin will be raw and swollen and may weep. Ice packs and over-the-counter pain relievers may be used to control the pain.

Laser skin resurfacing is considered a safe procedure with a low risk of complications and serious side-effects. There is a risk of minor complications from laser skin resurfacing including infection, acne, and changes in skin colour including hypopigmentation. There is also a slight risk of permanent scarring. Most complications can be significantly reduced by choosing an experienced technician at a reputable clinic. Ablative treatments carry a higher risk of complications than non-ablative treatments.

The treatment can improve skin quality and appearance, but it will not stop the process of aging and your skin will continue to change over time. The results will be visible for several years, but as skin constantly replenishes itself, they will not be indefinitely visible.

The laser used in resurfacing procedures is not designed to remove hair and will singe or burn hairs off of the surface but will not touch the root. So, the hair will grow back. Ablative laser treatment may improve acne and reduce the appearance of acne scarring, but during recovery acne may return due to bandaging or ointments clogging pores. Non-ablative laser treatments are effective for reducing the visibility of large pores.,

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The information on this page was reviewed and approved by Mozocare team. This page was updated on 01 Apr, 2022.

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