Picolase vs Helios 3 – Why Picolase is far better than Helios 3 ?
Picolase is one of the fastest and effective lasers, which is used to treat pigmented lesions but to a new level i.e. more advanced. Picolase is a very quick and easy, non-invasive, non-surgical, laser skin procedure, for those who want their skin to appear more youthful. This treatment offers a gentler than other treatment for pigmented lesions. Other advantages of this treatment are, there will be no skin damage, no need for any anesthesia, recovery time and treatment time will be fast.
This laser uses a technology called, a new generation of true Ultra-Pico which will give very efficient results. This laser has a smaller pulse width when compared with Nano Technology. There are various skin lesions, in that picolase is used to treat pigmented lesions such as melasma, tattoo removal, and some skin rejuvenation treatments.
This particular laser won't create any damage to the surrounding tissues. Output power will be stabilized with the help of a unique double honeycomb flat cap 3 stages homogenization. With the help of 7 articular-arm anti-break technology, this laser will work accurately for long treatment, along with new features and technology. There will be very minimalistic side effects with this Picolase, and some time for most of the patients won't feel any side effects.
Helios III will also use to treat pigmented lesions. But Picolase provides much accurate, fast and effective laser toning results. This Helios III was the combination of Laseroptek's patented Nd: YAG technology. This laser has a small foot printer, which is a space-saving feature and has four auto-sensing handpieces. Each of this Helios III handpieces will provide high stable output energy.
The whole procedure of this Helios III takes about 15 minutes, at the time of the procedure, the patient may feel light pricking sensation on their face. After completion of the procedure, most of the people will have or may feel slight redness and skin irritation feeling. The lesions which are in brown, blue or black color appears o skin are known as pigmented skin lesions. There are various types of skin lesions, some will appears to the naked eyes like the black color, and other lesions can be observed under dermatoscopy. Usually, the general physical examination will give a good vision and opportunity to identify the risk of malignancy pigmented skin lesions.
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