Detailed introduction of high power picosecond laser
Author:baishilf Time:2023-09-26 13:59:34
Picosecond laser tattoo removal machine is a medical aesthetic technology that has a very short pulse duration (pulse width). High power picosecond laser is faster, more accurate, more precise and safer, and is suitable for the treatment of all kinds of pigmented spots (freckles, chloasma, sun spots, age spots), birthmarks (coffee spots, nevus of Ota, brownish blue nevus), tattoos, acne marks, acne scars, wrinkles and other skin pigmentation problems.
The pulse width of traditional Q-switched lasers is at the nanosecond level, while the speed of picosecond lasers far exceeds that of traditional Q-switched lasers. The shorter the pulse width of the picosecond laser, the less the light energy spreads to the surrounding intact tissues, the more the energy concentrates at the melanin, the stronger the effect on the melanin, and the less the damage to the surrounding intact tissues. BVLASER can provide OEM picosecond laser portable.
The speed of picosecond laser is fast, so the blasting ability is stronger, the blasting is finer, the tissue absorbs better, and the curative effect is better, so it can make pigmented skin lesions produce stronger curative effect under shorter treatment times.
Picosecond laser spot removal is based on the theory of selective photothermal effect using its strong instantaneous power, by emitting wavelengths, targeting specific spots on the face, so that it absorbs the energy to produce a photomechanical effect, crushed into smaller fragments. There is no damage to skin cells in this process and it is very safe as the body’s immune system deletes these broken pigment particles to eliminate them from the body.
The side effects and risks of picosecond lasers vary from person to person, but in general, it is a relatively safe medical technology.
Super picosecond laser may cause the following side effects and risks:
1. Swelling of the face: Superpicosecond laser is a laser technology that may cause swelling of the face.
2. Dry skin: There are reports that the skin may be dry, tight or even flaky after the superpicosecond laser.
3. Skin blistering: In some cases, the superpicosecond laser may cause skin blistering.
4. Rebounding after spot removal: some people say that there may be rebound phenomenon after superpicosecond laser spot removal.
5. Darkening after spot removal: There are reports that hyperpigmentation lasers may cause darkening of the skin after spot removal.
Please note that these side effects and risks vary from individual to individual, and the specifics may vary depending on the individual’s skin type, the treatment procedure and the operator’s experience. It is recommended that you consult a medical professional for more accurate information before undergoing an super picosecond laser treatment.