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  • Lunar New Year 2023—Hopping Into The Year Of The Rabbit!

    Lunar New Year 2023—Hopping Into The Year Of The Rabbit!

    Lunar New Year is typically celebrated for 16 days starting on the eve of the celebration, this year falling on January 21, 2023. It is followed by 15 days of the Chinese New Year from January 22 to February 9.  This year, we usher in the Year of the Rabbit! 2023 is the ...
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  • Lipolysis Laser

    Lipolysis Laser

    Lipolysis laser technologies were developed in Europe and approved by the FDA in the United States in November of 2006. At this time, laser lipolysis became the cutting edge liposuction method for patients desiring precise, high-definition sculpting. By using the most te...
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  • Diode Laser 808nm

    Diode Laser 808nm

    The Diode Laser is the gold standard in Permanent Hair Removal and is suitable on all pigmented hair and skin types—including dark pigmented skin. Diode lasers use a 808nm wavelength of light beam with a narrow focus to target specific areas in the skin. This laser techn...
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  • FAC Technology For Diode Laser

    FAC Technology For Diode Laser

    The most important optical component in the beam shaping systems in high-power diode lasers is the Fast-Axis Collimation optic. The lenses are manufactured from high-quality glass and have an acylindrical surface. Their high numerical aperture permits the entire diode ou...
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  • Nail Fungus

    Nail Fungus

    Nail fungus is a common infection of the nail. It begins as a white or yellow-brown spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the fungal infection goes deeper, the nail may discolor, thicken and crumble at the edge. Nail fungus can affect several nails. If you...
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  • Shock Wave Therapy

    Shock Wave Therapy

    Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) produces high-energy shock waves and delivers them to the tissue via the surface of the skin. As a result, the therapy activates self-healing processes when pain occurs: promote blood circulation and the formation of new blood ves...
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  • How Is Laser Surgery For Hemorrhoids Performed?

    How Is Laser Surgery For Hemorrhoids Performed?

    During the laser surgery, the surgeon gives general anesthesia to the patient so there is no pain during the procedure. The laser beam is directly focused on the affected area in order to shrink them. So, the direct focus on the sub-mucosal hemorrhoidal nodes restricts t...
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  • What Is Hemorrhoida?

    What Is Hemorrhoida?

    Hemorrhoids, also known as piles Are dilated blood vessels around the anus which occur after chronic increased abdominal pressure such as due to chronic constipation, chronic coughing, heavy lifting and very commonly pregnancy. They can become thrombosed (containing a bl...
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  • 1470nm Laser For EVLT

    1470nm Laser For EVLT

    1470Nm laser is a new type of semiconductor laser. It has the advantages of other laser that cannot be replaced. Its energy skills can be absorbed by hemoglobin and can be absorbed by cells. In a small group, rapid gasification decomposes the organization, with small hea...
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  • Long Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser used for vascular

    Long Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser used for vascular

    Long-pulsed 1064 Nd:YAG laser proves to be an effective treatment for hemangioma and vascular malformation in darker skin patients with its major advantages of being a safe, well-tolerated, cost-effective procedure with minimal downtime and minimal side effects. Laser tr...
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  • What Is A Long Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser?

    What Is A Long Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser?

    An Nd:YAG laser is a solid state laser capable of producing a near-infrared wavelength that penetrates deep into the skin and is readily absorbed by hemoglobin and melanin chromophores. The lasing medium of Nd:YAG (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) is a man-made c...
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  • FAQ: Alexandrite Laser 755nm

    FAQ: Alexandrite Laser 755nm

    What does the laser procedure involve? It is important that the correct diagnosis has been made by the clinician prior to treatment, particularly when pigmented lesions are targeted, to avoid mistreatment of skin cancers such as melanoma. The patient must wear eye prote...
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