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06-11-2014, 07:01 PM
RE: Birthmark removal
Wishing him the best Anj!

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06-11-2014, 08:30 PM
RE: Birthmark removal
(13-10-2014 08:46 AM)Anjele Wrote:  My son has a birthmark down the side of his nose. When he was born it was just a small dot that the doctors thought would go away. It didn't. It got larger as he got older. I suppose you would call it a port wine stain.

Many years ago we tried a technique to lighten it via a plastic surgeon. The treatments were painful and we didn't see any progress so my son decided to stop the sessions.

So, today he is going for a first laser treatment with a plastic surgeon in Dallas who specializes in birthmarks and other vascular anomalies. The doctor is also a professor at UT Southwestern. My oncologist is at UTSW so my confidence level is pretty high.

I sure hope this doctor can help. It's to the point where my son has problems with the birthmark reacting to his safety glasses at work. It has swollen and become quite red. It has always been something that shakes his confidence so removing or lightening it will really help both emotionally and physically.

Hope this goes well. Undecided

Hope things go super well


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