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Anti-Acne Laser – Acne Treatment Little Rock

Are you tired of dealing with acne outbreaks? Our anti-acne laser treatment can be used to deal with unwanted bacteria and help your skin look smooth again.

In the skin, pores can get clogged and covered in excess oil. These are the conditions in which unwanted bacteria multiply. Pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads grow in these areas. To clear up the skin, our anti-acne laser targets and removes the bacteria in the skin layer.

Dr. M. Bruce Sanderson, an experienced medical professional serving the Little Rock region, will be pleased to help you get rid of acne and deal with any other skin issues you may be experiencing. To find out more about our numerous laser treatments, contact us to arrange a consultation.

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