[dur-muh-brey-zhuh n] /ˌdɜr məˈbreɪ ʒən/
the removal of acne scars, dermal nevi, or the like, by abrading.
a procedure in cosmetic surgery in which rough facial skin is removed by scrubbing
dermabrasion der·ma·bra·sion (dûr’mə-brā’zhən)
A surgical procedure designed to remove skin imperfections, such as scars, by abrading the surface of the skin with fine sandpaper or wire brushes. Also called planing.
verb (used with object), skin-popped, skin-popping. 1. to inject (a drug) under the skin rather than into a vein. verb (used without object), skin-popped, skin-popping. 2. to inject a drug under the skin. noun 1. the subcutaneous or intramuscular injection of a narcotic verb -pops, -popping, -popped 2. (intransitive) to take drugs in such a […]
noun 1. an irritation or inflammation of the skin due to an allergy or infection, brought about by natural means or by a skin test.
- Skin ridge
skin ridge n. See epidermal ridge.
verb (used with object) 1. strip-search. noun 1. strip search. skin pop