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Lasers are widely being used in medical applications nowadays thanks to their precision, their flexibility as a tool, and the outstanding properties of light on human tissues.
They are providing doctors and scientists with two kind of procedures on the tissues:
-ablative ones (surgery-like procedures, namely destruction of cancer cells)
-non-ablative ones (imagery, diagnostics and light-based therapy procedures).
The therapeutic medical disciplines involved are essentially: Angiology, Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Hematology, Neurology, Odontology, Ophtalmology, and Stomatology.
810nm- Dental- for periodontal and soft tissue therapy, which covers a full range of applications.
1927nm- Micro Ablative- Possesses a higher absorption coefficient for water than 1550-nm. Allowing greater ability to target epidermal processes. - Pigmented Lesions, Acne Scars & Scar Revisions, Skin Rejuvenation
755nm- Hair Removal- High total accumulated energy per surface unit.
1550nm- Superficial AFR & Non- Ablative AFR Resurfacing- Unequal interaction with several components of skin and hair.
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