Dr Sam Speron confirms that Laser Mole Removal Was The #1 Procedure Done In Our Office Last Month

Dr Sam Speron states that laser mole removal was the #1 procedure done at the Park Ridge Medical Spa this past month. The process consists of the laser targeting the area of pigment with laser light energy. The mole absorbs the light energy and is then broken up and absorbed by the body through the healing process.

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Dr Sam Speron Chicago Laser Mole Removal Cometic Surgery Plastic Surgeon

Dr Sam Speron Chicago Laser Mole Removal Cometic Surgery Plastic Surgeon

I especially recommend laser mole removal for anyone that is unhappy with a non-raised pigmented mole

Park Ridge, IL (PRWEB) November 13, 2012

Dr Sam Speron states that laser mole removal was the #1 procedure done at the Park Ridge Medical Spa this past month.

The process of laser mole removal is simple. The laser targets the area with laser light energy. The mole absorbs the light energy and is then broken up. After the pigment is broken up it is then absorbed by the body through the healing process. Repeat treatments are usually required for full removal of the lesion.

“Laser mole removal is a very popular procedure here at our office” says Dr. Sam Speron, Chicago Laser Plastic Surgeon and consumer advocate. “I especially recommend it for anyone that is unhappy with a non-raised pigmented mole that is of course not suspicious for skin cancer.”

For more Chicago laser mole removal or Chicago laser treatment information, please visit our website at http://www.prplastic.com, call us at 847.696.9900 or email us at prplastic(at)yahoo(dot)com. To order skin care, anti-aging or herbal supplements, please see our website at
prskincare.com.

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