Lumenis Aesthetic
How It Works
How It Works

 

   
  High Peak Power. Short Pulse Duration
 

Sustainable high pulse power with extremely short-pulse durations ablates
tissue instantly to reach effective dermal depths with sufficient coagulation to
promote collagen remodeling2.

   
  Fractional CO2 Laser Pulse Widths Comparison (1.0 ms)
 

 

   
  Depth of Penetration
 

A variety of handpieces provide superficial and deeper depths of penetration. Tissue ablation occurs at the precise level which effectively removes surface discoloration, improves skin texture, induces immediate tissue coagulation and stimulates long-term collagen remodeling for improvement of deep wrinkles and scars 1-11.

   
   
 
   
  Customizable Treatment
 

With the highest power to tissue of any CO2 laser, the UltraPulse and AcuPulse deliver the shortest pulse width for any given energy, offering the best control of residual thermal damage and the lowest probability of complications 1-11.

   
   
 
   
  References: 1. Gold, MH . Update on Fractional Laser Technology. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. 2010; 3(1): 42-50. 2. Ross, EV, Domankevitz, Y, Skrobal, M, and Anderson, RR. Effects of CO2 Laser Pulse Duration in Ablation and Residual ThermalDamage: Implications for Skin Resurfacing. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 1996; 19:123-129. 3. Waibel, J., and Beer, K. Ablative Fractional Laser Resurfacing for the Treatment of a Third-degree Burn. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2009; 8(3):294-297. 4. Cho, S.B., et. al. Treatment of Burn Scar Using Carbon Dioxide Fractional Laser. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2010; 9(2):1-3. 5. Lee, S.E., et. al. Treatment of Striae Distensae Using an Ablative 10,600 nm Carbon Dioxide Fractional Laser: A Retrospective Review of 27 Participants. Dermatological Surgery. 2010; 36:1683-1690. 6. Cervelli, V., et. al. UltraPulsed Fractional CO2 Laser for the Treatment of Post-traumatic and Pathological Scars. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2010; (11):1328-1331. 7. Sasaki, G., Travis, HM., Tucker, B. Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing of Photoaged facial and non-facial skin: Histological and Clinical Results and Side Effects. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2009; 11:190-201. 8. Li, YH., et. al. A Chinese experience of fractional UltraPulsed CO2 Laser for Skin Rejuvenation. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2010; 12:250-255. 9. Neaman, KC., et. al. Outcomes of Fractional CO2 Laser Application in Aesthetic Surgery: A Retrospective Review. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2010; 30(6):845-852. 10. Laubach, H-J, Tannous, Z, Anderson, RR, and Manstein, D. Skin Responses to Fractional Photothermolysis. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2006; 38:142–149. 11. Manstein, D, Herron, GS, Sink, RK, Tanner, H, and Anderson, RR. Fractional Photothermolysis: A New Concept for Cutaneous Remodeling Using Microscopic Patterns of Thermal Injury. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2004; 34(5):426-438.

 

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