I did copy/paste however if you click on the show more link it will take you to the realself site where the original question was asked.
I do find this interesting in some respects. I have read many complaints about worse skin texture after lasers and most seem to go the fractional way however I also know that with traditional co2 laser hypopigmentation is probably more common than not. My mom has had the gold standard co2 laser for skin tightness and she is perm. as white as a ghost. Okay for her because she is normally pale.
Anyways after so many complaints of worse texture after laser I cant say that this dr. is completely wrong.
Sorry for the confusion. I know you copy and pasted. I have also read this comment by the same doctor on other threads at Realself. He seems to copy and paste that response to people asking about Fractional Co2. I just thought that was interesting.
I would think traditional co2 laser has more risks of complications than fractional as it is 100% ablative.