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Laser Treatments

 

 

Melasma

What is melasma?

Melasma is a very common skin condition and is treatable. The darkened skin discoloration normally appears on sun exposed areas of the face.
Typically melasma occurs over the cheeks, forehead, nose or upper lip.
Melasma doesn’t cause any other symptoms besides skin discolouration but may be of great cosmetic concern.

 

How does the treatment work?

The overproduction of melanin (triggered by excessive amounts of VEGF) is what causes the melasma to appear.
The Dual Yellow laser transmits its light deeply into the skin to reduce VEGF (the root cause of melasma) without causing damage.
By using the Yellow light combined with unique FEM technology, we achieve long term results; avoid collateral damage, pain and
other side effects – A truly ‘soft’ laser with real results.

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Clinical studies

The Vascular characteristic of Melasma
En Hyung Kim, You Chan Kim, Eun-So Lee, Hee Young Kang, 2007

 
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Clinicopathologic efficacy of Copper Bromide Laser for treatment of Melasma in Asian patients
Hye In Lee, MD, Yun Young Lim, MS, BeomJoon Kim, MD, PHD, Myeung Nam Kim, MD, Hye Jung Min, MS, Jung Hee Hwang, MS, Kye Yong Song, MD, 2010

 
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Melasma treatment protocol
En Hyung Kim, Yonsei University Seoul, South Korea, 2011

 
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Vascular Lesions

What are vascular lesions?

Vascular lesions occur when the small capillaries in your skin become dilated. When grouped together, they can give
the appearance of red spots, or sometimes large stains (port wine). When spread out, they are visible as threads.

 

How does the treatment work?

The yellow light from the Dual Yellow laser is immediately absorbed by oxyhaemoglobinproviding instant cosmetic results.
This happens because yellow light is readily absorbed by blood to necrose the vessel, and is achieved with minimal or no pain.
The specific wavelength of 578nm exactly matches the peak absorption of Haemoglobin.

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Clinical studies

Copper Bromide Laser Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia: Results of patients treated over five years
Susanne E. McCoy, MBBS, 1997

 
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An evaluation of the copper-Bromide Laser for treating Telangiectasia
Susanne E. McCoy, MBBS, Marshall Hanna, MBBS, FRACP, FACD, Peter Anderson, MBBS, Geoff McLennan, MBBS, FRACP, FACCP,
SBSPJ, Michael Repacholi, PhD, FAIP, FACPSEM, 1996

 
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Post-RhinoplastyTelangectasia: A tedious complication successfully treated with a CuBr Laser at 578nm
Daniel A. Cassuto, Deborah M. Ancona, GuglielmoEmanuelli, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine: ASLMS April 2002

 
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Copper bromide laser for facial telangiectasia : a dose response evaluation
William R. Owen and Elaine Hoppe, Australasian Journal of Dermatology 2012

 
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The utilization of a new Yellow Light Laser (578nm) for the treatment of class I Red Telangiectasia of the Lower Extremities
Neil S. Sadick, MD, FACP, FAACS, and Robert Weiss, 2002

 
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Acne

What is Acne?

Acne is caused by the P Acnes bacteria, which resides in your sebaceous gland.
As the gland secretes sebum to lubricate your skin and hair, the bacteria cause infection.

 

How does the treatment work?

The yellow light from the Dual Yellow laser destroys the P Acne bacteria, and shrinks the sebaceous gland
to reduce the production of sebum. The Dual Yellow laser is the only laser which uses photodynamic therapy to destroy
bacteria, without damaging surrounding tissue. It does this by activating Proto Porphyrin 9 (PPIX) which exists
in P Acne bacteria. PPIX is light sensitive at 578nm.

This treatment helps in reducing active acne and speeds up healing time of existing acne.

Before and after
Clinical studies

A practical comparison of IPLs and the Copper Bromide Laser for photo-rejuvenation, acne and the treatment of vascular & pigmented lesions
Peter Davis, Adelaide, Australia, Godfrey Town, Laser protection adviser, Haywards Heath, United Kingdom

 
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Rejuvenation

What is rejuvenation?

Rejuvenation of the skin is needed when damage occurs due to the sun or aging, which produces wrinkles or skin blemishes.
You can also treat scars and stretch-marks.

 

How does the treatment work?

The yellow light from the Dual Yellow laser helps to generate collagen, the essential protein for giving your skin elasticity.
This happens because yellow light affects the collagen in a way that promotes regrowth; it also reduces pigmentation. So your skin will appear lightened and more youthful. With the extravasation and reabsorption of the microvasculature in the epidermis
and upper dermis, skin appears refreshed, and the texture is improved with the generation of new dermal collagen.

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Clinical studies

Non-ablative Photo-Rejuvenation with a scanned copper bromide laser
Daniel A. Cassuto, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine: ASLMS April 2003

 
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Pigmentation

What is pigmentation?

Most common pigmented lesions are freckles, age spots, liver spots, hyperpigmentation, actinic keratosis and pigmented nevi.
They normally contain very high concentrations of melanin (pigment) and can be caused by too much sun, aging, genetics or injury.

 

How does the treatment work?

The green light from the Dual Yellow laser targets the melanin, which is the principle component in the lesion.
Surrounding tissue remains undamaged.

You will see immediate change and in some cases the lesion will darken slightly, which is perfectly normal.
The pigment will then gradually come away over the following week. This method causes no damages to surrounding tissue and you
avoid invasive procedures such as surgical removal or freezing.

Before and after
Clinical studies

A practical comparison of IPLs and the Copper Bromide Laser for photo-rejuvenation, acne and the treatment of vascular & pigmented lesions
Peter Davis, Adelaide, Australia, Godfrey Town, Laser protection adviser, Haywards Heath, United Kingdom

 
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Bulky Lesions

What is this?

Bulky lesions (such as skin tags, benign moles, raised pigmented lesions and other raised lesions) are abnormalities
in the skin tissue that vary in colour and texture, and may form over time for various reasons.

 

How does the treatment work?

The special combination G30Y light from the Dual Yellow laser is absorbed by the tissue, removing the bulky lesion permanently
without causing any bleeding. This treatment uses a unique property of the Dual Yellow laser combining two different wavelengths
for optimum results.

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