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What are the main wavelengths for ablative fractional resurfacing lasers?

What are the main wavelengths for ablative fractional resurfacing lasers?

Ablative Fractionated Lasers

Wavelength and type Manufacturer & Product Key Features
2940-nm Fractional Er:YAG Sciton ProFractional (XC) Variable pulse; up to 400 J/cm2
2790-nm Fractional Er:YSGG Cutera Xeo Platform Pearl Fractional 600 µs; 60–320 mJ per microspot; greater than 1-mm ablation depth

What wavelength is Fraxel repair?

The original Fraxel® Re:store laser (which uses the erbium glass wavelength/1550nm wavelength laser) is non-ablative, i.e. it does not break the surface of the skin. Therefore it has a shorter recovery time, and makeup can be applied immediately afterwards.

What wavelength is skin rejuvenation?

Lasers in the “middle” range can help treat deeper within the dermis. 1320nm, 1540nm, and 1927nm are some of the most common wavelengths used to target this range.

What is the wavelength of CO2 laser?

10.6 µm
Carbon-dioxide (CO2) lasers are powerful and comparatively efficient gas lasers emitting at 10.6 µm or at other wavelengths around 9-11 µm.

What wavelength is clear and brilliant?

1440-nanometer wavelength
Clear & Brilliant offers two treatment options: 1440-nanometer wavelength laser. Reduces pore size, fine lines, and improves skin complexion. 1927-nanometer wavelength laser.

What is the difference between Fraxel 1550 and 1927?

The Fraxel DUAL 1550/1927 is a cutting edge system that uses two lasers which can improve the appearance of your skin. The 1550nm wavelength improves fine lines and scarring, while the 1927nm improves pigmentation. The 1550nm penetrates deeper and you would expect more redness and swelling as a result.

What determines the wavelength of a laser?

The laser wavelength is represented by the symbol λ, with units of nm. It is determined by the bandgap of the crystal material of the active layer and the resonator length of the chip structure.

Which laser wavelength is best absorbed by hemoglobin?

Nd:YAG 1064nm – This is absorbed by many chromophores and is consider the best all round laser wavelength. It is highly absorbed in haemoglobin so brilliant for the treatment of vascular conditions but also for the treatment of hair removal.

What’s the best laser for skin resurfacing?

There is no one “best” laser for skin resurfacing. In my practice, I utilize several different lasers depending on the patient, skin type, area of concern, goals of treatment, and potential available down time. I most commonly utilize a fractional CO2 laser or an Erbium:Yag laser for skin resurfacing.

How effective is laser skin resurfacing?

Infection. Nonablative laser resurfacing can cause a flare-up of the herpes virus.

  • Changes in skin color. Nonablative laser resurfacing can cause treated skin to become temporarily darker than it was before treatment (hyperpigmentation).
  • Mild swelling and redness. Swelling and redness typically last only hours or days.
  • What are the benefits of laser skin resurfacing?

    The Benefits of Laser Resurfacing. Laser resurfacing is a safe, effective, and convenient treatment for diminishing various cosmetic flaws. The treatment uses a gentle, handheld wand to treat wrinkles, acne scars, sun damaged skin, and other symptoms of aging. It’s one of the most effective ways to experience healthy, younger-looking skin.

    How long does it take to heal from laser resurfacing?

    You will start to see the results of your treatment as soon as your skin finishes healing from the laser resurfacing treatment. For most people, this means it may take two to three weeks to see any significant results of this treatment.