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Is skin resurfacing painful?

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Is skin resurfacing painful? Skin resurfacing can be painful. If, however, topical and ascetic is supplied, injunction with local blotch to the area in a mild set of tube, this procedure is a well-tolerated procedure. Different people have different responses to pain. There are two components to pain. One is the actual stimulus and the other one is your perception, and that is why there is some diversity at how different people respond to these procedures. Depending on the depth of the resurfacing, which we are going to be performing, however, sometimes we use nothing more than a topical anesthesia. However, for deeper resurfacing we recommend a block in conjunction with the topical and sometimes even a mild sedative as well.

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