This is also known as Frequency-Doubled Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser. It is a pigment specific laser. The target chromophore is melanin pigment.
Dr David Ling,
MedLite 2 was the first generation machine. This has a small laser beam. The technology was fairly mature.
Then comes the MedLite 4. The spot size was much bigger reaching 8mm. With this advancement, it is the ultimate in laser technology. The technology already matured fully.
MedLite was the original Q-Switched laser from ConBio. It has long been known as the industry’s gold standard laser for multi-colored tattoo removal.
MedLite C6 is newer, but the technology has reached mature state. The machine is more of a dress up in a more appealing look, and more miniaturised. It is also highly effective on a wide range of additional indications on all patient skin types, especially the dark skin type.
MedLite C6 lives up to its reputation as the “workhorse” of aesthetic lasers. Workhorse, because it can be used whole day long to treat almost all kind of problem. The machine is very stable and never failed. It has an unmatched Precision Beam Technology. It provides a true flat-top beam profile. This is the best beam profile you can achieve in the laser industry. The MedLite produces consistent results with fewer complications for reliable treatments time after time. It is a very safe laser. MedLite’s homogenous beam delivers energy evenly over the skin’s surface. This property can minimize the epidermal injury and hence increasing the patient satisfaction.
The beauty of this machine is that you can extend the wavelength capabilities of your laser. In doing so, it allows for full-color tattoo removal. It is through the use of the MultiLite Dye Handpieces for 585 nm (yellow) and 650 nm (red) pigment.
With the multiple wavelengths, it also provide the versatility you need to treat other multiple conditions.
With the multiple wavelengths, it also provide the versatility you need to treat other multiple conditions such as:
Absorption Spectrum for Melanin and Hemoglobin