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Tamara, 30, is embarrassed by visible back hair. Plastic surgeon Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian uses a laser to perform a new hair ...
removal treatment on Tamara that features a cooling device that can significantly reduce the pain of the procedure.
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Laser Treatment for Back Hair Part ½
Dr. Travis Stork: Tamara is here along with plastic surgeon Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian there, in our procedure room. Welcome to both of you. Thanks for being here.
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: Thank you very much.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: Hi there you two. So, Tamara how long is this hair on your back been a problem?
Tamara: Pretty much all my life, like I said in Italian, it kind of runs in my family.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: Well Dr. Karamanoukian, you do have a solution, don’t you?
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: We do. We have a new laser called a Candela GentleMAX and we’re using that to zap the unwanted hair from Tamara's back.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: And is she going to feel much doing this because I know in the old days, it hurt a little bit.
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: You’re absolutely right Dr. Ordon. Before it used to hurt a lot more, now it has new cooling device that we have with the lasers. There’s a lot less pain, a lot less discomfort, and actually it’s a lot more efficient.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: And you could do it on all skin types, you’re not as worried about changes in pigmentation?
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: On all skin types, white, old skin, black skin, it’s safe for all skin types but obviously it should be supervised by a physician.
Dr. James M. Sears: What about all parts of the body, I’m curious about that.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: Jim has some areas, he wants some menscaping. He told me before the show.
Dr. James M. Sears: No, it’s for a friend.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Do you have some -- do you have some backside hair?
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: Well, you’d be surprised, people ask us for every inch of their body to have some hair removed.
Dr. Andrew P. Ordon: I know Raffy. Well, I’ll fix you up after the show.
Dr. Travis Stork: Well, why don’t you go in and get started.
Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian: Okay.
Dr. Travis Stork: Hang in there Tamara. We’ll check back later.