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Fractional q switch laser

Fractional Q switched 1064 Nd YAG laser 

This laser is used to treat various types of hyperpigmentation. It works on the 1064 wavelength which is well absorbed by melanin pigment in skin & being longer wavelength it causes minimal damage to the epidermis & is not absorbed by hemoglobin.    

Indications:-

  • Hyperpigmentation: post acne, Under eye dark circles, freckles, Melasma
  • Mole removal: Flat mole 
  • Tattoo Removal
  • Nevus of ota (Birthmark removal)
  • Acne Rosacea

How does it work?

During the procedure, a long pulsed laser light is absorbed by the melanosomes causing fragmentation & rupture of the melanin granules into the cytoplasm.These fragments are then eliminated through our body’s immune channels. After multiple sessions, gradual reduction of pigmentation occurs.  This laser works on 2 wavelengths 1064 & 532 .& having 3 modes 1064,532,& long pulse .

Wavelength & used for indications:-

  • 1064:- Post acne pigmentation, Melasma, Tattoo removal, Under eye dark circles, Birthmark removal, Mole removal.
  • 532:- Freckles, Tattoo Removal.
  • Long pulse Mode :- Rosacea , telengectasia .

This machine has 3 handpieces which effectively treat different lesions with specific spot sizes.

  • Fractional :- Pigmentation
  • Zoom :- Moe removal ,freckles ,tattoo
  • Collimator:- Rosacea, Post acne redness, laser toning, carbon peel.

During the procedure:-

  • During the procedure, a patient has warm sensation on the skin which is bearable.
  • During the procedure, it gives bursting of crackers like sound.
  • No need of anesthesia during the procedure.

Advantages:-

  • A single machine can be used effectively to treat various skin problems.
  • Energies & spot sizes can be adjusted in order to treat the specific lesion.
  • Painless, non-invasive & office hours procedure without any downtime.
  • Can be combined with other cosmetic procedures to get best possible results.

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