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Pigmented lesions - epidermal
Tattoo removal - red, orange, brown
Epidermal Pigmented Lesions
The 532 nm wavelength available with the MedLite® C Series laser is an excellent way to treat pigmented lesions. One treatment with an EO Q-switched Nd:YAG laser typically shows excellent clearing with very low incidence of hypopigmentation.
Patients who undergo laser peel procedures with a HOYA ConBio® aesthetic medical laser can be assured they are receiving one of the safest, most reliable laser treatments available, a popular treatment for epidermal pigmented lesions and overall skin quality. For over a quarter of a century, HOYA ConBio® has been regarded as a global leader in Q-switched laser technology.
The MedLite® C6 device can be used to perform exceptional “laser peel” procedures, simulating the effects of the popular chemical peels with a more controlled laser energy. Using the 532 nm wavelength of these state-of-the art lasers, we can effectively correct the cutaneous signs of photoaging associated with long-term ultraviolet damage, improving pigment irregularities, textural problems and decreasing pore size. Patients can see a visual improvement in the quality of their skin after just one treatment, with no down time or purpura in the majority of treatments. The MedLite® C6 laser represents the newest generation of MedLite® technology.
Treatment of Vascular Lesions
We use the MedLite C Series medical laser to treat vascular lesions in cases where other lasers have failed. These EO Q-switched Nd:YAG lasers are clinically successful in removing many vascular lesions at the 532 nm wavelength. The versatile, highly effective MedLite® C Series medical lasers has consistently provided patients with exceptional results.
Red Ink Tattoo Removal
The shorter 532 nm wavelength found in the MedLite® laser is ideal for the removal of red ink, common in professional tattoos and typically resistant to 600 to 800 nm wavelengths. An assortment of wavelength options allows us to perform effective treatments on a variety of tattoos.
Green and Sky Blue Tattoo Removal
The MultiLite Dye Laser Hand pieces compatible with HOYA ConBio® lasers convert the 532 nm wavelength to either 585 nm or 650 nm, effectively offering two additional wavelengths and providing an even broader range of options in tattoo removal and other aesthetic procedures. The 585 nm wavelength is ideal for sky blue inks and the 650 nm wavelength is used to treat green inks.
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