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What are the recovery times?

There is no downtime for the laser treatment. Side-effects can include swelling which lasts from 15 minutes to four days, but usually lasts from two to six hours, and some redness which usually lasts for an hour or two after treatment. Purpura, or bruising, can occur and that can last from four to seven days.

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Last Modified: December 17, 2008

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