Laser technology in dermatology

Laser technology has greatly advanced dermatology area resulting in strong help for practitioners that offer the best medical treatment for unique conditions, providing greater efficiency and safety. Laser system technology has promoted dermatology over the last few years, herewith, the development of laser systems and pulsed laser beam lights allows making the effective and safe treatment of different conditions like vascular and pigmented lesions, tattoos, scars, and so on.

Even though artificial laser beam light sources are used for various skin diseases treatment for a long time, the development of laser systems makes their application real in therapeutics. The laser systems in dermatology allow carrying out reliable therapeutic applications in cosmetic rejuvenation and other conditions. Thus, the demand for popular laser technologies results in the development of improved laser systems with better features.

Surgical laser systems ( especially CO2 lasers) are considered to be the most efficient in dermatology area because of such features as precise wavelength, variable nature, and duration of output making this type of lasers suitable for the medical treatment of a wide range of skin and mucosal diseases. For example, dye lasers offer numerous benefits for the treatment of such conditions as facial telangiectasias, spider veins, pyogenic granulomas, rosacea, and cutaneous vascular ectasia.

The development of laser technologies makes surgery to carry out the controlled termination of the cutaneous target with minimal injury to the surrounding tissue. The principle of laser system operation is based on the maintenance of an appropriate wavelength during the laser treatment for preferential absorption by the required tissue. Moreover, the pulse duration of the laser beam should last shorter than the relaxation time of the target molecules.

The choice of laser systems and pulsed laser beam light systems for the dermatological treatment is based on the following parameters:

  • Continuous-wave or CW fiber lasers are suitable for nonselective tissue damage due to the production of continuous laser beams;
  • Compared to the previous one, Quasi-CW mode laser systems create interrupted emissions of light energy by shuttering the laser beam into shorter intervals;
  • Intense pulse light lasers enable to treat vascular lesions thanks to their ability to target intravascular oxyhemoglobin.
  • Such laser systems as pulsed dye laser, potassium titanyl phosphate, alexandrite, neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet, and diode lasers can be used for the reliable treatment of small and large blood vessels.

Finally, laser technology makes a great contribution to dermatology. Optromix is a manufacturer of laser systems, optical fiber sensors, and optical monitoring systems. We develop and manufacture a broad variety of fiber lasers, СО2 lasers, and other types. We offer simple laser products, as well as sophisticated laser systems with unique characteristics, based on the client’s inquiry.

We manufacture lasers using our technologies based on the advanced research work and patents of the international R&D team. Laser processes are of high quality, high precision, easily-automated manufacturing solutions that provide repeatability and flexibility. If you have any questions or would like to buy a laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com

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