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N-Lite Laser Treatment

Hi, i have two sessions (separated in 15 days) of N-Lite Laser in my scars, and i have to say that i saw differences in the skin, lower scars, but not so much like i was waiting. It was a lot of expensive too. Anybody have experiencies with this laser? (goods/bad) please post. Can i have another two sessions in one year? because i think that if i repeat the process it will decrease another time scars. thanks

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Hey Longits,

I've had over 10 NLITE treatments. I think it works good on scars, but not pores. With regards to having another 2 sessions in one year, sure why not!!!

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Hi, I am very interested in getting N-Lite treatments. Can anyone recommend the name of a good and affordable doc in New York? Thanks!

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Hey thanks Max!

I think that N-Lite helps my scars, and with 2 or 3 treatments i'll look a lot of better. But my derma tell me that i have to do it in one year because the collagen will not grow if i don't wait a little time, and maybe (with bad luck) i could damage the collagen.

N-Lite is really amazing, because it don't hurts, and is very safe, but maybe if his effects were a little more effective, it would be the best solution for scars! Thanks and please post again talking me about your experience. Thanks!

From Spain

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Thomas, what part of new york are u in?? any particular reason you're opting for the NLITE over the Smoothbeam...

Just curious?

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Max, I am in Queens but can travel. I'm interested in maybe needling and then nlite to build up collagen after needling. I only have scars, and no existing acne.

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Longits,

Here are some doctors i found offering smoothbeam in Spain.

I.M.L.A.

Malaga, Andalucia

952 469 163 (business)

CENTRO CLINICO DERMATOLOGICO

Alicante, C. Valenciana

965 140 460 (business)

JAEN OLASOLO, PEDRO

Madrid, Madrid

914 317 861 (business)

Hope it helps,

Max

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Hi, i have two sessions (separated in 15 days) of N-Lite Laser in my scars, and i have to say that i saw differences in the skin, lower scars, but not so much like i was waiting. It was a lot of expensive too. Anybody have experiencies with this laser? (goods/bad) please post. Can i have another two sessions in one year? because i think that if i repeat the process it will decrease another time scars. thanks

Hi longits: I have had two sessions of N-Lite (also separated by about two weeks). From the information I have read, it appears that the results of N-Lite might not be fully visible for up to 90 days.

I agree with you that it was expensive. It's because the equipment itself is expensive. So expensive in fact that a lot of Derms rent the equipment rather than purchase it.

I have heard that it is safe to do N-Lite every month. I think I would double-check that information with your Dr. though, just to be sure.

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My doctor said that she had an N-Lite machine and sent it back because she didn't think it worked on patients, she claims Smoothbeam is the best Non-ablative, also Tina Alster MD (world renowned Laser specialist) uses the Smoothbeam rather than N-Lite

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