Some of the benefits of a LightScalpel CO2 laser blepharoplasty over a traditional blepharoplasty include: minimized bleeding, less bruising, reduced swelling and discomfort, and faster recovery times. To learn more about the LightScalpel laser blepharoplasty procedure.
“I purchased my Luxar SP-20 in 1996 and used it in my cosmetic surgical practice for fully ablative skin resurfacing, upper and lower blepharoplasty, removing skin lesions, earlobe surgery, labiaplasty, etc. It was truly a remarkable device, dependable and user friendly, combining precision cutting and ablation with simultaneous hemostasis and minimal thermal damage. Recently, when it needed CO2 replenishment, I was informed that parts for the Luxar were no longer being produced and was offered the opportunity to upgrade to its successor. Reluctantly, I parted with my old friend and purchased the LightScalpel LS-2010. I have used it almost daily since and am most impressed. With its incredible power, tipless adjustable handpiece, more flexible mastless fiber, variable air purge settings, customizable menu, and more easy calibration, it is a definite improvement upon its superb predecessor.Richard D. Fisher, MDPeoria, AZ
Dr. Fisher’s first performed cosmetic laser surgery using a CO2 laser in 1996. Twenty one years after picking up that CO2 laser for the first time, Dr. Fisher now has performed more than four thousand cosmetic surgery procedures with an impeccable safety record and high satisfaction rate. Dr. Fisher has received the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery’s Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery Education Award three times and is board certified by the American Board of Laser Surgery.
To learn more about Dr. Fisher visit his website: Peoria Cosmetic Surgery