Nd:YAG Lasers

Nd:YAG Laser Acne Scar Treatment

Nd:YAG lasers are among the most common and widely used class of laser for medical applications.  Nd:YAG lasers are frequently used for the treatment of acne scars. In addition acne scar treatment and other cosmetic applications, Nd:YAG lasers are also routinely employed in eye surgeries, dentistry, cancer treatment and a variety of industrial uses. Nd:YAG lasers …

KTP Lasers

KTP Laser Treatment

KTP lasers are commonly used for minimally invasive ablation and coagulation treatments. KTP lasers have also been used to treat rosacea, spider veins, hyper-pigmented spots and acne, although it is an uncommon acne treatment. When used for the treatment of acne scars, lower-power KTP lasers that are non-ablative or partially ablative are most commonly used. KTP …

Er:YAG Lasers

Er:YAG and CO2 Lasers are the systems of choice for ablative laser skin resurfacing. Er:YAG Lasers are commonly used to repair skin damage, including acne scars and melasma (excess pigmentation). Er:YAG lasers are also routinely used to cut bone and tissue. They are used in laser dentistry and other surgical applications. Er:YAG Lasers work by ablating …

Diode Lasers

Diode Lasers are quickly becoming the preferred laser treatment for inflammatory acne. Diode Lasers are used to selectively target and damage the sebaceous glands, reducing sebaceous hyperplasia, sebum secretion and acne symptoms. Diode Lasers are also commonly used in hair removal and scar treatment applications. The long wavelength of Diode Lasers is capable of penetrating …

C02 Lasers

Carbon Dioxide (C02) Laser systems are ablative laser systems that are commonly used for laser resurfacing procedures. CO2 Lasers are popular treatments for moderate to severe acne scars. C02 Lasers are capable of penetrating deep into the skin and underlying tissue. C02 Lasers are available at higher fluences (power) than many other laser systems used …