A non-ablative laser generates beams of coherent light using a very narrow range of wavelengths.
The light beams selectively target and heat the water chromophore in the skin. As a result the temperature of the tissue rises which stimulates neocollagenesis. There are various forms of non-ablative lasers and they typically have a good water absorption mechanism that impacts the water chromophores but does not cause ablation. Fiber lasers are commonly used for non-ablative treatments. A fiber laser is an optical fiber that is “doped” with elements designed to generate a laser beam at the desired wavelength. Erbium Glass is a typical fiber laser used for this purpose.
The ResurFX™ laser is the only true fractional non- ablative technology. Unlike other fractional technologies, ResurFX only needs one pass to be effective, saving time and protecting the patient's skin. ResurFX uses a 1565nm fiber laser and an advanced scanner, which enables the user to choose from more than 600 combinations of shape, size and density options, for optimal treatment results. The ResurFX has state-of-the-art CoolScan™ scanner for non-sequential scanning. The CoolScan scanner uses a proprietary algorithm that controls the placement of each fractional spot. This protects the tissue from heat accumulation and overheating. Moreover, the ResurFX handpiece is equipped with continuous contact cooling to increase patient comfort during treatment.
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