PicoWay is the world’s first 3 wavelength aesthetic picosecond laser, widely recognized for its technology leadership, proven performance and industry-leading body of clinical evidence from Syneron Candela, the most trusted name in aesthetic lasers. PicoWay’s unique mode of action is based on delivering ultra-short picosecond pulses of energy to the tissue. These bursts of energy create a photoacoustic impact which breaks up the pigmentation into smaller, more easily eliminated particles.
Can clear tattoos in 3 to 8 treatments depending on the colour as opposed to 14 and 20 with other treatment lasers
In comparison with other picoseconds or Q-switched lasers PicoWay’s ultra-short pulses optimize for delivery of energy to the targeted ink particles ensuring the ink is effectively treated, while the least amount of heat gets transferred into the skin.
Since PicoWay’s pulses are fast, you’ll feel minimal discomfort throughout the procedure.
Featherweight handpieces and articulated arm mean improved user comfort over large treatment areas and long treatment days.
Customize treatments with a broad range of spot sizes. Large spot sizes for faster coverage and the depth of penetration needed for some targets
Streamlined guided mode user interface virtually eliminates a learning curve
Ready to use in less than 2 minutes
PicoWay Pulse-on-Demand ensures ultra-long flashlamp life
Delivers energy over a broad range of spot sizes
Adjust wavelength, energy, spot size and repetition rate to treat all skin types
Allows energy delivery with minimal risk of side effects
Robust design enables future application developments
Tattoos consist of thousands of particles of tattoo pigment suspended in the skin. While normal human growth and healing processes will remove small foreign
particles from the skin, tattoo pigment particles are permanent because they aggregate into resident cells and become too large to be removed. To selectively
target tattoo ink, the best wavelength is chosen to achieve selective absorption for each ink color, while minimizing the nonspecific thermal effects from the
primary endogenous chromophores, hemoglobin and melanin.
The mechanism for laser removal of tattoos is widely believed to be a two-step process. In the first step, the short laser pulse causes instantaneous fragmentation of ink aggregates into smaller pieces. In the second step, the smaller pieces are then phagocytized by macrophages over a period of weeks. These two mechanisms correspond with clinical observations of an immediate reduction in visible pigment in the first week after treatment, followed by gradual fading over the next several weeks. Multiple treatments with increasing laser fluence are necessary as the average aggregate size gets smaller after each treatment.
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