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Dallas Dermatologist Pioneers Use of New Laser Hair Removal System

DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- Dr. Martin Kassir, a leading dermatologist in the greater Dallas area, is the first doctor in North America to launch the use of a powerful new laser hair reduction system, Synchro REPLA:Y. With this innovative laser, Dr. Kassir is able to offer his patients fast, effective, and well-tolerated hair reduction.

With the Synchro REPLA:Y system, Dr. Kassir can deliver long-term or permanent hair reduction on any type of skin. The heart of the system lies in the powerful combination of two specialized lasers. The fast, precise energy from these lasers enables Dr. Kassir to successfully deliver a broad range of treatments on dark skin, fair skin, or ethnic skin. This type of performance cannot be duplicated by any other individual wavelength laser on today's market.

"I like to pay special attention to emerging aesthetic technology," commented Dr. Kassir. "I often hear about new 'advanced' lasers, but they ultimately turn out to be inferior to the devices I already use. But when I heard about Synchro REPLA:Y, I was especially excited because it has so many features in a single system. This laser is a real advancement in terms of laser hair reduction. It's fast and reliable -- the top two things my patients want from a hair removal system."

Studies estimate that the demand for this type of treatment will increase almost 14 percent in 2014, ending with nearly 2.45 million patient sessions. Many of these potential patients have already contacted Dr. Kassir since he is currently the only dermatologist in North America to be able to offer the advanced laser technology of Synchro REPLA:Y to his patients.

"Laser hair reduction has been a popular treatment in the past, but with this new advanced system, I think its popularity will be off the charts," said Dr. Kassir. "This system is really the only way for patients to get away from the complaints associated with traditional hair reduction. It's faster and more powerful, with the ability to micro-tune treatment to the patient's unique skincare needs. In essence, it just works more efficiently."

About Dr. Martin Kassir M.D., F.A.A.D.
Dr. Martin Kassir is a double board-certified dermatologist and internist who has practiced in Dallas for fourteen years. His practice specializes in aesthetic dermatology and laser procedures. Dr. Kassir received his M.D. degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and completed a residency in dermatology at Kansas University Medical Center. Dr. Kassir is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, and a Fellow of the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Dr. Martin Kassir
8335 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX 75231
(214) 360-1500
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www.kassirdermatology.com

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