Desktop Type Fractional CO2 Laser Machine BS-FCL4M
Model No.: BS-FCL4M
BS-FCL4M is a desktop model CO2 fractional laser resurfacing system based on CO2 laser ablative thermolysis technology.
Skin resurfacing lasers briefly direct an intense burst of laser energy onto the surface of the skin, vapors skin tissues and water very quickly. It penetrates depth is about 1mm, and leaving the skin’s surface intact, creating tiny columns of treated or coagulated tissue which are surrounded by the healthy tissue. Nearby the damaged cell immediately move into this microscopically damaged area and heal the wounded area, thus collagens regrows and skin is rejuvenated.
BS-FCL4M can be working in continuous mode, pulsed mode, or scanning mode, for different applications in plastic or dermatological surgery.
CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing
Using advanced laser technology, a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser for skin resurfacing precisely removes outer layers of damaged skin to reveal the underlying skin which is softer, smoother, and younger looking. CO2 and erbium laser technologies are the two most commonly used laser skin resurfacing treatment options. The CO2 laser is used in the treatment of deeper facial lines and wrinkles, while the erbium laser is used for fine lines to moderately deep wrinkles.
How Does CO2 Laser Resurfacing Work?
A CO2 laser allows your cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist to perform skin resurfacing procedures that reduce or eliminate more pronounced lines and wrinkles than similar treatments. This is done by removing deeper layers of damaged skin and stimulating the regeneration of healthy skin underneath.
The latest technological advancement in the field of laser resurfacing is the use of light beams that are either pulsed or scattered at a very high rate. This minimizes heat damage that the skin might otherwise be exposed to. It also allows a more powerful CO2 laser to be utilized for deeper tissue removal and for more effective removal of pronounced wrinkles and creases. This technology allows the laser skin resurfacing treatment to provide some of the most dramatic, age-defying results possible.
The procedure can be performed on specific areas – such as around the mouth or eyes – or over the surface of the entire face. During a CO2 laser skin resurfacing treatment, a local anesthetic (injection at the treatment site) is used to relieve potential discomfort. If the entire face is being treated, intravenous or general anesthesia may be used.
How does CO2RE work?
The C02RE (by Candela) Carbon Dioxide (C02) Fractional Laser Resurfacing removes layers of skin tissue in a fractionated method (columns of skin are removed, leaving the skin surrounding each column intact to aid in healing) to help reduce “age-spots” (also called sun freckles, liver spots, and lentigines), fine lines, wrinkles, scarring, uneven coloration, skin laxity, textural irregularities, dull tone, and a thinned collagen layer of the face, neck, and chest.
Desktop Type Fractional CO2 Laser BS-FCL4M Features
- High quality TEM00 sealed off CO2 laser generator
- 7 joint articulated arm with high energy transfer ratio
- Energy up to 15W, which meets the requirement for most applications
- Support serialized or random scanning mode
- Tiny spot size down to 0.15mm in diameter
- Pulse width from 100us to 10ms, covers most applications
- Programmable scanning shape
- Pulse release time is flexible to adjust to fit different type of skin
- High mobility
Desktop Type Fractional CO2 Laser Machine BS-FCL4M Benefits:
Results that are expected are a very significant and noticeable reduction in the components of sun damaged skin such as “age-spots” (also called sun freckles, liver spots, and lentigines), fine lines, wrinkles, scarring, uneven coloration, skin laxity, textural irregularities, dull tone, and a thinned collagen layer. The skin will continue to improve for a period of 6 months following the procedure provided proper skincare is used and sun exposure is minimized. Sometimes the results are not significant until the 6th and even the 9th month, depending on the person’s age, their aftercare routine and their history of smoking.
Safe Treatment: with the guidance of a skilled cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist, a CO2 laser skin resurfacing treatment is perfectly safe. With the predictability of the CO2 laser, skin can be precisely ablated layer by layer to provide incredibly safe results with minimal side-effects. A responsible cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist will discuss possible CO2 laser skin resurfacing complications and how they can be avoided during your recovery.