1. Best Nd-Yag Q Switch laser device in aesthetic industry
2. 5 Wavelengths to cover all color tattoos
3. 7-point articulated hand piece
With Esthetica’s Qanta-Lase, you may provide your clients with the look of their dreams. It is a perfect device for Tattoo Removal, Carbon Facial, Dermal Pigment, Coffee Spots, Age Spots, Nail Fungus, Laser Toning, and Laser Genesis. Your customer will undoubtedly return with a satisfied grin.
The Qanta-Lase Nd: YAG laser is an excellent platform for initiating wavelength conversions and achieving true multi-wavelength pigment eradication. In a single system, the Quanta-Lase provides five therapy wavelengths.
This appropriate wavelength selection allows for the treatment of a wide range of pigmented and vascular lesions and the most complicated, multi-coloured tattoos. All typical cosmetic procedures, including hair removal, acne treatments, and more, can be done safely and efficiently with Quanta-Lase.
Quanta-Lase treatment principle for pigmented dermatosis The Q-Switched Nd: YAG Laser Therapy system uses melanin as the chromophore to provide selective photothermolysis. Peak power and pulse width are both higher in Q-Switched Nd: YAG. Melanin has a short heated relaxation period in melanophore and cuticle produced cells. It could produce little, energy-absorbent granules (tattoo pigment and melanin) that exploded without harming surrounding normal tissues. The pigment granules that have been blasted will be expelled from the body via the circulatory system.
Selective photothermolysis will be useful for treating pigmented lesions and for removing tattoos and other dermal and epidermal lesions.
The Q-Switched Nd: YAG Laser Therapy system's key benefit is that it can cure a variety of pigmented lesions of varying colours. On the other hand, blue and black tattoos are easier to absorb than other hues and will respond better to treatment.
A 1064nm Nd: YAG laser and a 532nm Nd: YAG laser are also included in the Q-Switched Nd: YAG Laser Therapy system. Deep lesions can be treated with the 1064nm wavelength, whereas superficial lesions can be treated with the 532nm wavelength.