Fraxel Laser

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Fraxel is a proven laser technology which can help reverse the visible effects of aging, naturally helping you look as young as you feel. Fraxel technology is proven to be safe and effective for multiple indications. With Fraxel, change isn’t drastic or scary – it’s you, just younger!

Fraxel is effective on:


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What to Expect

Fraxel Laser Treatment can produce side effects. The intensity and duration of your side effects depends on the treatment aggressiveness and your individual healing characteristics. Generally, patients who are treated more aggressively experience more intense and longer lasting side effects; however, some patients who receive a less aggressive treatment may experience side effects of greater-than-expected magnitude. Notify your physician if the severity of your side effects becomes a problem for you.

Side Effects:

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Testimonials

"Everyone was very friendly. The staff was professional in their approach and bedside manner, explaining procedures, treatments and recommendations very thoroughly. I will definitely return!"
- Robert, Manitowoc patient

"Dr. Maggiolino has the greatest sensitivity and kindness with his patients; it is very easy to place complete trust in him."
- Barb, Grafton patient

"I had a great experience and have already referred others."
- Tara, Green Bay patient

"I have gladly recommended you to friends and family! I was completely satisfied!"
- Andy, Marinette patient

"Dr. Campbell and her staff at the De Pere clinic were great! They made me feel comfortable as possible. I appreciate all the effort!"
- Daniel, De Pere patient

"I am very pleased with the results of my surgery, as I have a minimal scar and no pain."
- Patricia, Sturgeon Bay patient

"Doctor did a great job explaining the process and did a beautiful job stitching up my wounds after the Mohs surgery."
- Dawn, Appleton patient
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