Pulse Dye Laser:
The term LASER is expand as- " Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation".
Light energy is changed into a tight, intense beam of monochromatic radiation capable of delivering large amounts of power or heat. All lasers possess a lasing cavity consisting of two mirrors placed parallel to each other. One of these mirrors is partially reflective and between these mirrors is a lasing medium or conduit which can be either a gas.
Pulsed dye lasers have been used successfully to treat vascular lesions, including such conditions as port wine stains. Laser therapy is an attractive option for treating acne because it produces so few side effects and avoids the potential complications of medications.
The Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) uses a beam of light at a specific wavelength and is used for conditions or spots on the skin which are made up of blood and blood vessels. This laser can be used for all ages and all skin types.
The Pulse Dye Vascular Laser is used to clear your vascular lesions or other skin conditions, including some red scars. The Pulse Dye Laser can also be used for facial wrinkle reduction, also known as NAR i.e. Non Ablative Resurfacing.
Pulsed dye laser technology is used to treat red birthmarks in newborn babies. It is a well established, safe, effective, almost painless way of treating telangiectasia. It produces energy in the yellow spectrum of visible light. This energy is almost totally absorbed by hemoglobin contained in the abnormal dilated blood vessels under the skin, causing their destruction. A short cold spray reduces the temperature of the epidermis a fraction of a second before each laser pulse in order to reduce the risk of epidermal damage.
The vascular laser can treat vascular lesions such as telangiectasias or spider veins, port-wine stain birthmarks, and strawberry hemangiomas. They all vary in severity for example, telangiectasias, or broken blood vessels, usually involve single vessels and are often harmless.
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