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  • verb Present participle of resurface.


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  • Significant experience with other oculoplastic surgeons doing face-lifts, liposuction and laser resurfacing is available through electives.


  • Laser resurfacing is done at the Center for Human Appearance by the oculoplastic group as well as by Plastic Surgery and Dermatology.


  • The issues are obviously not important when Jeremiah Wright resurfacing is cited as a main timeline waypoint in this article.

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  • Laser resurfacing, which is edging out chemical peels and dermabrasion, works by vaporizing the skin.

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  • Kaskel got a new, less invasive procedure called resurfacing, which involves coating the ball of the femur with metal instead of removing it completely.

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  • HILL: Well, it was -- what I've heard is it was characterized as a resurfacing effort, and that happens a lot around here during the winter months.

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  • I agree too, and the resurfacing is a generational experimentational thing.

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  • Along with a traditional hip model, another version of the device was sold outside this country for use in an alternative hip replacement technique known as "resurfacing."

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  • In the case of devices used for hip resurfacing, which is popular among younger patients, a model known as the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing device had the lowest replacement rate at five years, the registry found.

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  • "His work lets us continue to address one of the questions of Venus, which is how this so-called resurfacing process took place," he said. - latest science and technology news stories


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