The Xlase laser has been designed in response to the high demand for the removal of unwanted hair in all body areas. It offers the ability to treat large areas fast with high efficacy and comfort. The diode laser hair removal is one of the most comfortable procedures for permanent hair removal. A slight discomfort may be sensed as the laser handpiece passes over the treatment areas but no topical anesthtetics are necessaty for this procedure.
The diode applicator is also considered the ‘gold standard’ of hair removal lasers as it can be used to treat all skin types effectively and with the fewest number of treatments.
Blue, red, purple, no matter what color they are, let’s face it, leg and facial veins are just plain unattractive. But new advances in cosmetic laser dermatology can get rid of them once and for all.
While lasers with wavelengths in the range from 520 to 600nm are excellent at treating superficial vascular conditions, these wavelengths scatter in the skin and do not penetrate sufficiently deep to treat deeper vascular condition. This makes condition such as leg veins, venous lakes and port-wine stains a challenge for these types of lasers.
The latest ND:YAG 1064nm applicator is ideal for treating the deeper vascular conditions. The 1064nm wavelength provides deeper penetration than 532nm lasers and delivers sufficient energy to allow independent control without compromise of fluence. This results in coagulation of the vessel wall once and for all.
How does the diode laser system work?
The system emits near-infrared laser light that is absorbed by the melanin located in the hair follicle. The laser is pulsed for only a fraction of a second. The duration of each pulse is long enough to damage the follicle, without damaging the surrounding tissue, thanks also to the contact-cooling handpiece, that protects the skin by conductive cooling during the laser energy delivery.
How does Xlase plus hair removal compare with other hair removal methods?
Shaving, waxing and depilatory creams are all temporary methods that must e repeated on a frequent basis and on of those methods can successfully reduce ingrown. Diode laser hair removal offers permanent hair reduction and treatment of ingrown hairs.
Does laser hair removal hurt?
When using the laser diode in ‘motion speed’ modality, the treatment is virtually pain free. With the other laser wavelengths, most people tolerate the treatment very well referring as it to be felt like an elastic band pinged against the skin. However , you should bear in mind that some people are more sensitive than others.
Does the diode laser work on tanned or dark skin?
The diode laser system safely and effectively treats all skin types as well as tanned skin. For darker skin types and people with tan, appropriate parameters are set. Generally lower fluencies and lower pulse lengths are set to prevent epidermal damage.
Are the results permanent?
The diode laser is proven to work on hair removal and permanent hair reduction on all skin types and tanned skin.
How many treatments are needed?
Not every one needs the same number of treatments. In order to achieve optimal results, multiple treatment sessions are required since the most effective time to reduce hair is in the growing phase. Therefore we recommend the treatments to take place within 4 to 6 weeks from each other for most areas. The time in between treatment sessions is a bit shorter for areas such as the face because it has a shorter hair growing cycle.
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Onychomycosis is a fungal infection usually caused by a special type of fungus known as a dermatophyte. These sorts of fungi are generally confined to the dead, horny outer layers of the skin and gradually progress to involve the nail plate. Onychomycosis is particularly common in toenails of older men but can affect all of the nails of individuals of any age and sex. The treatment of this condition is complicated by the fact that these fungi live in dead tissue, and getting medications to these sites is problematic.
Laser treatment is a possible option if you have a fungal nail infection that's particularly stubborn. The laser emits high doses of light energy, which are used to destroy the fungus.