Is a whole body laser hair removal surgery safe? Are there any side effects? Does it effect sensations in private area*?

Generally safe. Laser hair reduction is generally safe but there are risks involved. Make certain that you are going to a center that is physician supervised to avoid complications. When done correctly, there are no long term side effects.

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What are the risks of laser hair removal surgery? (whole body!)

Laser hair nosurgery. Laser hair removal is not surgery. If done with the right laser hair removal technology it's usually safe . But each skin type needs different parameters. Read more...
Separate sessions. You should try to divide the treatments in separate appointments. Doing the whole body at one time may be too traumatic. It may be done as one session when the hair density is less later in the treatment series. Hope this helped. If you have a follow up question please let me know. D. Farzaneh. Read more...

Is laser hair removal permanent? Are there any side effects?

Hair removal. Lasers are very effective for hair reduction (hair isn't actually removed, just miniaturized to where it doesn't show about skin surface) in the hands of a properly trained and experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Gray, blond or red hair does not respond to laser treatment. Proper laser must be used for correct skin type which is determined before tx. May have pigment change or scarring. Read more...
Laser. Laser hair removal should be thought of as permanent hair reduction not removal as it is difficult remove all the dark targeted hairs. Keep in mind that while effective , laser hair removal will take place over multiple treatments. Read more...
Hair removal safe. Laser hair removal is safe, if performed by an experienced professional. It is permanent but can take multiple sessions since it only works for hairs in the growing phase. Read more...

Hi, I have a tria system laser hair removal. Is the use of over-the-counter numbing creams bad? What side effects is there? Can u recommend any?

2 much can b bad. A little topical anesthetic on the face or upper lip may be just fine. But to cover the arms & legs & back (large surface areas) in one treatment session may increase the risk of systemic absorption!, no matter what brand you use. Read more...
Yes, can be bad. Topical numbing creams are prescription only. The reason for this is that the numbing agents can be absorbed into the blood stream and cause toxicity and even death. This is more likely to happen when larger areas are treated. It is best to use numbing creams with the guidance of a doctor. Read more...

Are there any long term side-effects to laser hair removal? (other than the promise of no more waxing?!) :) cancer/tumour etc?

Difficult to say. At this point in time there are no identified long term risks other than the permanent loss of hair and the associated structures including the sebaceous glands. This may lead to loss of the protective effects of hair and sebum on the treated area. Read more...
Actually, no. Since laser hair removal uses non-ionizing energy, there is no cancer-inducing radiation, and the actual laser light penetrates no more than a couple of millimeters at hair removal wavelengths. Multiple sessions are necessary since hair follicles are susceptible only in specific growth phases. Hair and a few sebaceous glands are gone, but no problem unless too much energy=burn or blister. Read more...