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What are the risks of getting a pulsed dye laser treatment?

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Dr. Jane Chung
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Bruise

You may get the bruises or/and blisters.

In brief: Bruise

You may get the bruises or/and blisters.
Dr. Jane Chung
Dr. Jane Chung
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In brief: Depends

It really depends on what tissue is being treated and why.
I use pulsed dye laser (pdl) to treat warts on the foot (usually plantar warts). About the only risks are bruising, possible blister formation (this is rare on the bottom of the foot) and pain lasting for a couple days. It is very safe in trained hands.

In brief: Depends

It really depends on what tissue is being treated and why.
I use pulsed dye laser (pdl) to treat warts on the foot (usually plantar warts). About the only risks are bruising, possible blister formation (this is rare on the bottom of the foot) and pain lasting for a couple days. It is very safe in trained hands.
Dr. David Hettinger
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