In cosmetic medicine, laser machines developed along with other medicinal uses of laser, such as in eye surgery, soft tissue surgery, the laser scalpel, laser therapy (photobiomodulation), various dental uses (even teeth whitening) and much more.

Laser technology in cosmetic treatments
Laser technology is highly efficient in addressing a wide range of cosmetic concerns, offering fast and deep tissue ablation, skin resurfacing, impressive results, and shorter recovery times compared to other treatments. The rapid re-epithelialization process associated with laser treatments minimizes the risk of complications, infection, and hyperpigmentation. Lasers can be used as standalone solutions or in combination with other technologies to achieve desired outcomes.

Evolution of med-aesthetic cosmetic laser machines
Evolution of cosmetic laser machines is dictated by the rapid assimilation of Laser technology into cosmetic medicine. it is a necessary response to the constant developments, innovations and endless research resulting ultimately in new found treatment possibilities. Aesthetic medical device manufacturers are constantly marketing new laser machines, both as new editions of existing models as well as innovative, cutting edge, aesthetic equipment.

Effectiveness and Risks
How effective cosmetic laser procedures are, depends on a number of factors. Among these are making the right choice of device for the treatment, how experienced and professional the Physician / technician operating the device is, the wavelength of the laser beam chosen to target the tissue, choosing the appropriate power for the energy pulse, the number of pulses per treatment, length of pulses. The variables listed are affected mainly by the characteristics of skin and hair color a patient has. There is no denying the risks involved in cosmetic laser treatments; however these can be practically eliminated through professional and responsible use of the advanced cosmetic laser machines available today.

Here are some of the cosmetic problems that can be effectively treated with lasers:
  • Scars, Stretch Marks, and Post-Acne: Laser treatments can help improve the appearance of scars, including acne scars, as well as reduce the visibility of stretch marks.
  • Hyperpigmentation and Spider Veins: Laser technology can target and reduce hyperpigmentation, such as age spots, sunspots, and freckles. It is also effective in treating spider veins and other vascular lesions.
  • Hyperkeratosis and Parakeratosis: Laser treatments can address skin conditions characterized by excessive or abnormal keratinization, such as hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis.
  • Gravitational Ptosis: Laser technology can help tighten and firm sagging skin, addressing gravitational ptosis and restoring a more youthful appearance.
  • Withering and Aging Skin: Laser treatments can rejuvenate the skin, improving its texture, tone, and overall appearance. They can address signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity.
  • Skin Atony: Laser technology can stimulate collagen production, promoting skin elasticity and improving skin atony, which is characterized by a loss of firmness and muscle tone.
  • Enlarged Pores: Laser treatments can help reduce the size of enlarged pores, resulting in a smoother and more refined skin texture.
  • Benign Neoplasms: Lasers can be used for the removal of benign skin growths, such as warts, skin tags, and seborrheic keratoses.
  • Unwanted Tattoos: Laser technology is commonly used for permanent hair reduction by targeting and disabling hair follicles. It is also utilized for tattoo removal by breaking down the ink particles in the skin.

SharpLight laser technology includes:

SharpLight laser technology encompasses a variety of lasers with different wavelengths and characteristics, including the fractional laser Er: YAG 2940, the Q-switched laser Nd: YAG 1064/532, and the long-pulse laser Nd: YAG 1064. This range of lasers allows for optimal energy penetration and absorption levels, making it suitable for all skin types.

This variety of wavelengths and laser characteristics facilitate optimal energy penetration and absorption levels for all skin types.

The laser can be used as a standalone solution or in combination with other technologies.

Handpieces and parameters