Using the Long Pulse laser, we offer you one of the most modern methods of treatment for undesired vascular lesions. The Long Pulse laser is a semiconductor laser capable of producing infrared radiation with a wavelength that penetrates deeply into the skin and is easily absorbed by the haemoglobin and melanin chromophores. The use of high energy and wavelengths up to 1064 nm and sufficient duration of the impulse leads to treatment of deep vascular lesions. The adjustable output of the laser and duration of the impulse according to the diameter and depth of the lesions thus ensures achieving the desired results.
The use of a Long Pulse laser is especially for treatment of:
- vascular lesions
- varicose veins
- red veins
- veins on the nose
- reddened skin
Course of treatment with use of a Long Pulse Laser
Long Pulse laser uses a wavelength of 1064 nm and with constant energy of the laser in a very short time period. The laser passes deeply into the skin, by which it penetrates the vascular lesion. Blood circulation in the vascular lesion is temporarily stopped; red blood cells are thermally damaged, and this leads to collapse of the vascular walls, leading to its destruction. By using an adjustable size of the
intervention, the main system automatically recognizes the size of the intervention, thanks to which we offer comfort and safety to the client.
Preparation and course of an operation using Long Pulse Laser
No preparation is required by the client prior to the operation itself. Treatment lasts up to 30 minutes depending on the size of the treated area.
Areas treated in particular are the face, neck, décolletage, nose and lower limbs.
The result and duration of recovery after use of the Long Pulse Laser
After treatment, the skin is moderately reddened. The reddening disappears within a few hours, however. In some cases, small scabs can form which will fall away on their own.