Use of a novel 589-nm solid-state laser for treatment of facial erythema.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the efficacy and safety associated with use of a 589-nm solid-state laser for treatment of facial erythema. METHODS:A prospective, IRB-approved study was conducted. Participants who were interested in treatment for facial erythema were recruited. They received four monthly treatments with the 589-nm laser. Erythema of the right and left face was graded on a scale of 0-4, 4 being most severe, by both investigators and participants prior to each treatment and at follow-up. Safety was assessed by any reported side effects. RESULTS:Twenty-four participants enrolled in the study, 16 women (67%) and 8 men (33%), with an average age of 51.1 years. Investigator grades showed a statistically significant improvement in erythema of 31% for both the right and left face. Participant grades showed a statistically significant improvement in erythema of 23.2% for the right face and 22.8% for the left face. Side effects were limited to transient erythema posttreatment. CONCLUSION:A 589-nm solid-state laser achieved a modest improvement in facial erythema when evaluating results 1 month after four monthly treatments. No major safety issues were reported.

journal_name

J Cosmet Dermatol

authors

Cohen DK,Gonzalez NE,Bloom BS,Goldberg DJ

doi

10.1111/jocd.12742

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2018-10-01 00:00:00

pages

770-774

issue

5

eissn

1473-2130

issn

1473-2165

journal_volume

17

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