Laser Removal of Pigmented Lesionsadmin
Laser Removal of Pigmented Lesions
Laser Removal of Pigmented Lesions is needed when there is an ample of melanin concentrated to the skin’s surface. Melanin is a dark pigment given off by the melanocytes in the skin. Scientifically it is called solar lentigines, but, they are mostly known as age spots.
Fotona’s QX Max laser treatment works by producing beam to the pigmented areas. This beam targets dark pigments, effectively removing the discoloration of the skin. It also let the dermis to correct the blemishes, starting the healing process.
QX Max’s med-aesthetic and non-invasive technology can treat pigmented lesions effectively and safely. It can clear a wide range of pigmented lesions like erythema, dyschromia, telangiectasia, solar lentigo, mottled pigmentation and poikilormera. In addition, this laser technology is ideal for any skin types and any age groups.
Fotona’s QX Max laser is the best tool for removing vast range of pigmented lesions. Those superficial lesions can be removed safely using the 532nm wavelength. The 532nm wavelength is the best in dealing deeper pigmented lesions.
One type of difficult skin condition to treat is melasma, however, with QX Max it can be treated easily using the Q- switched light. The Q-switched light will help the pigments shattered into pieces. Pigments can be destroyed without harming the skin. This is one unique feature of this new technology that is also being used for other treatments like multi-colored tattoo removal.
Moreover, Q-Switched lasers can be utilized for extracting moles, keratosis and other types of pigmented lesions. It allows superficial dermis and epidermis safely and without blood.
The homogeneity of its laser assures safety in every treatment since the laser energy is evenly and widely distributed across the area to be treated. It minimizes the damage in the epidermis and the possibility of bleeding.
Fotona’s QX Max articulated arm is made to allow Q-switched laser beam with just a minimal energy loss. It is ergonomically designed to enable the equipment to follow the hand movement naturally during the treatment, providing accuracy and precision especially for those demanding procedures.