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RF Tube CO2 Fractional Laser

RF tube CO2 Fractional laser is a safe and effective skin rejuvenation technique that offers personalized treatment plans for various skin concerns providing a wide range of skin treatments and regeneration services. It provides significant therapeutic effects while minimizing recovery time and side effects. With precise control and professional operation, it can effectively improve various skin issues, helping patients achieve healthier and younger-looking skin.

Fractional Laser

Overview

Fractional laser, also known as pixel laser, is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation technology widely used in the field of laser aesthetics. It combines the advantages of both invasive and non-invasive treatments. This technology emits tiny laser beams arranged in a matrix pattern, directly penetrating the dermis layer of the skin. By selectively targeting specific areas, it stimulates the skin’s natural repair mechanisms, promoting the regeneration and reorganization of collagen, resulting in improved skin texture, skin tightening, reduction of wrinkles, and fading of scars and pigmentation.

The working principle of fractional lasers is based on the concept of fractional photothermolysis. The tiny laser beams create micro thermal damage zones in the skin. The surrounding healthy tissue acts as a heat diffusion area, facilitating the healing process. Since the treatment areas do not overlap, healthy skin is preserved, which accelerates recovery time.

Application & Principle

IndicationPrincipleEffect
1Acne and Acne ScarsFractional lasers stimulate collagen and elastin regeneration by creating micro thermal damage, which fills in acne-induced depressions and scars.Reduces the appearance of acne scars, smooths the skin surface, and improves overall skin texture.
2Enlarged PoresThe thermal effect of fractional lasers contracts the tissue around the pores, promoting collagen reorganization.Minimizes the size of pores, giving the skin a finer and smoother appearance.
3Skin Loosening and Fine LinesLaser stimulates the growth and rearrangement of collagen and elastin deep in the skin, enhancing skin firmness.Improves skin tightness and elasticity, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
4Hyperpigmentation and MelasmaFractional lasers precisely target pigmented areas, promoting pigment breakdown and metabolism.Fades pigmentation, evens out skin tone, and restores skin brightness and radiance.
5Scar TreatmentThe thermal effect of fractional lasers disrupts scar tissue, promoting new collagen production and restructuring the skin.Significantly improves the appearance of scars and smooths the skin.
6Skin Reconstruction and RepairThe micro thermal damage of fractional lasers initiates the skin’s natural repair process, promoting the growth of new, healthy skin.Accelerates wound healing and improves the overall health of the skin.

Advantages

Precision and Selectivity

Fractional lasers create an array of tiny, concentrated treatment zones within the skin. This precision allows the laser to target specific problem areas while leaving the surrounding tissue intact, which promotes faster healing and reduces the risk of side effects.

Minimally Invasive

Unlike traditional lasers that may cause more extensive damage to the skin, fractional lasers are minimally invasive. They create micro-thermal zones that stimulate collagen production without affecting the entire skin surface, leading to a quicker recovery time and less downtime for patients.

Reduced Risk of Hyperpigmentation

Since fractional lasers do not remove the entire layer of skin, they pose a lower risk of hyperpigmentation and other color changes, which can sometimes occur with traditional laser treatments.

Enhanced Collagen Production

The controlled thermal injury induced by fractional lasers stimulates the skin’s natural healing process, leading to increased collagen and elastin production. This results in improved skin texture, reduced wrinkles, and better skin elasticity.

Versatility

Fractional lasers can be used to treat a wide range of skin concerns, including acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and skin laxity. This versatility makes them suitable for a broad patient base with diverse aesthetic needs.

Customizable Treatment

The settings of fractional lasers can be adjusted to tailor the treatment to the patient’s specific needs and skin type, ensuring optimal results and minimizing potential complications.

RF Tube CO2 Laser

Overview

The working principle of the RF tube CO2 laser is based on gas discharge and excitation by radio frequency energy. Inside the laser, CO2 gas is mixed with other auxiliary gases, such as helium and nitrogen, to form a gas tube. When radio frequency energy is applied to this gas tube, it excites the gas molecules, causing them to enter an excited state. As these excited molecules return to the ground state, they release laser energy at a specific wavelength. The laser energy released in this process is focused and emitted through the laser’s output window for skin treatment.

Application & Principle

IndicationPrincipleEffect
1Skin Loosening and WrinklesThe thermal effect of the laser stimulates the reshaping and neogenesis of collagen and elastin in the skin, thereby increasing skin firmness and elasticity.Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, enhances skin firmness, and gives the skin a younger and smoother appearance.
2Acne Scars and Uneven SkinHigh-energy laser beams precisely remove the damaged skin surface, promoting the growth of new skin and the production of collagen.Significantly improves acne scars and other types of skin depressions, resulting in a smoother skin surface.
3Hyperpigmentation and Age SpotsThe laser can specifically target pigmented areas, destroying pigment cells and promoting the breakdown and metabolism of pigment.Evens out skin tone, reduces age spots and sunspots, and restores the healthy color of the skin.
4Skin Regeneration and RepairThe micro thermal damage caused by the laser initiates the skin’s natural repair process, promoting the growth of new, healthy skin.Accelerates wound healing, improves the overall health of the skin, and provides opportunities for skin regeneration.
5Enlarged PoresThe heat from the laser contracts the tissue around the pores, promoting the reorganization of collagen.Minimizes the size of pores, giving the skin a finer and smoother appearance.
6Benign Skin LesionsThe laser can precisely remove benign skin lesions, such as warts and moles.Effectively removes skin lesions, reduces the possibility of recurrence, and restores the normal appearance of the skin.

Advantages

Higher Beam Quality and Precision

RF Tube Lasers: Typically provide a beam close to the TEM00 mode, which means the beam spot is both round and uniform with a very small divergence angle. This high-quality beam allows for more precise cutting and engraving, suitable for delicate aesthetic treatments.

Glass Tube Lasers: Inferior beam quality with larger divergence angles, leading to larger focused spots and potentially less refined treatment outcomes.

Longer Lifespan and Stability

RF Tube Lasers: Feature excellent stability and a long lifespan, generally可达7 years or more, and can be reused after recharging without replacement. This reduces long-term operating costs and minimizes the need for maintenance and part replacement.

Glass Tube Lasers: Have a shorter lifespan, usually around 1 year, requiring more frequent replacement, increasing maintenance costs and downtime.

Lower Operating Costs

RF Tube Lasers: Although the initial investment may be higher, the long-term operating costs are lower due to their long lifespan and maintenance-free characteristics.

Glass Tube Lasers: Lower initial costs but higher long-term operating costs due to short lifespan and the need for frequent replacement.

Better Modulation Characteristics and Processing Speed

RF Tube Lasers: Feature excellent modulation characteristics, enabling high-frequency modulation for rapid processing speeds, suitable for fast-paced aesthetic treatment environments.

Glass Tube Lasers: Poorer modulation characteristics and slower processing speeds, potentially not suitable for treatments requiring quick processing.

Higher Power Stability and Reliability

RF Tube Lasers: Stable power output and high reliability, suitable for continuous operation over long periods, ensuring consistent treatment outcomes.

Glass Tube Lasers: Lower power stability and reliability, which may require more frequent adjustments and maintenance.

Better Suited for Diverse Applications

RF Tube Lasers: Due to their high output power and stable performance, they are suitable for various skin types and treatment needs, including deep skin regeneration, scar treatment, and skin tightening.

Glass Tube Lasers: While also used in aesthetic treatments, their performance limitations may make them less effective in certain applications compared to RF tube lasers.

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