The Nd: YAG laser emitting at a wavelength of 1064 nm. Suitable for dark or blackened by the sun, skin. It can be done in the summer as the color of the leather is stabilized for 2 – 3 weeks. It's the type of laser, which gave solution to all the people that in the summer they could not have treatment of laser hair removal alexandrite.
The laser (Νd:Υag) emits a beam of high intensity light that penetrates the skin and carries a certain amount of energy that is directed at a specific target such as the vessel. With the application of the treatment, the temperature of the vessel rises, stops the circulation of the blood intravascularly and follows the vessel is destroyed and gradually absorbed by the body. The result is immediate and the erythema that does occur resolves within 1-2 weeks. The results are permanent and vessels treated does not reappear.
Wrinkles And Firming The Skin
Laser Nd: Υag is considered to be a niche non-invasive laser anti-aging, used for this purpose. Works with multiple way, both in the immediate tightening of the skin by acting on existing collagen, and the gradual production of a new organised collagen. The treatment lasts from 20 minutes up to an hour. The patient returns to normal daily activities, with the only precaution to avoid the sun.
The duration of the effect can reach 12-18 months and depends on the natural aging process of the skin for each patient. It is used both in the face for the improvement of wrinkles and firming, as well as in areas of the body where there is a relaxation of the skin. The process is painless and the patient during the treatment, indicating only a tingling sensation. In each region are 2-4 applications and, if necessary, can be made and repeating.
The Nd Yag laser Is A Laser Which Emits At 1064 Nm And Has FDA Approval For:
- Vascular Lesions of the Lower Limbs, Vessels Up to 3mm (spider Veins, Phlebitis)
- Hair Removal For Permanent Result, And For Each Type Of Skin
- Facial Wrinkles ( – Activation Of Fibroblasts)
- Pigmented Lesions And Other
- Vascular Lesions Of The Face
- Superficial Damage