Laser Assisted Lipolysis and Vascular Lesion Removal
- LIPOLYSIS SUMMARY BROCHURE
- SPIDER VEINS SUMMARY BROCHURE
- ADDITIONAL BROCHURES AND RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
The neoV980 laser can be used to treat various vascular lesions as well as for Laser Assisted Lipolysis.
Vascular treatments are possible due to laser absorption by hemoglobin and oxyhemoglobin. The skin which contains more melanin, provides a media with lower laser radiation absorption, allowing the energy to be transferred through the skin to be absorbed by the internal blood vessels. Penetration depth of the 980nm energy in aqueous tissue is 2 -4 mm. Accordingly, the underlying blood vessels can be treated with minimal damage to the skin surface.
Laser assisted lipolysis involves destruction of adipose deposits and fat cells through a controlled thermal affect induces by absorption of laser irradiation. The application is conducted subcutaneously by use of a specially designed hand piece. The laser enables destruction of the fat cells with minimal damage to surrounding tissue as well as tightening of the tissue, resulting in smoother skin, skin tightening, less fat deposits and better contouring of the body surface. Accordingly, the laser can be used to treat small areas, as an adjunct therapy to liposuction, as well as for treatment of lipomas.
- Minimally Invasive – The neoV980 enables a minimally invasive approach to dermatology procedures. Treatment of vascular lesions can be performed through skin with no scarring or cuts, taking into advantage the penetration properties of the laser radiation. Laser assisted lipolysis treatments can be performed subcutaneously through a thin, small opening, avoiding large cuts.
- Vascular Treatments – The neoV980 can be used for a wide selection of vascular lesions, including blue spider veins, facial teleangiectasias, and angioma rubino.
- Laser Assisted Lipolysis – There are several benefits for utilizing a laser as an additional therapy to liposuction including stimulation of fibroblasts, production of collagen and tightening of the tissue in the treatment area. Additional advantages include a single treatment session, easy ambulant procedure under local anesthesia, no cutting or scars, and low risk of haematoma.
- Multi Hand Piece Options – For vascular treatments the can be delivered through a wide selection of fibers and hand pieces, providing flexibility regarding potential spot size and power density, with spot sizes ranging from 0.5mm to 3mm. For lipolysis treatment options include a fully sterile disposable option as well as reusable hand pieces.
- Value – The neoV980 provides the best value on the market for your dermatology practice through unique design, quality, portability and state-of-the-art performance.
ADDITIONAL BROCHURES AND RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
- 980nm Diode Lasers in Oral and Facial Practice: Current State of the Science and Art, Apollonia Desiate et al., International Journal of Medical Sciences 2009; 6(6):358-364
- Lipolysis Using a 980-nm Diode Laser: A Retrospective Analysis of 534 Procedures, Jean Pascal Reynaud et al., Aesth Plast Surg (2009) 33:28 36
- neoV SUMMARY BROCHURE