Laser Toning/Q-switched Nd: YAG Lasers
Lasers are used by dermatologists for a number of procedures. In order to target a specific skin tissue, lasers use high-intensity, unidirectional light that has a single wavelength and colour (called as chromophore). The chromophore in the skin absorbs the wave energy, which then obliterates it. When using a Q-switch Nd: YAG laser, the undesired melanin pigment inside of skin cells and melanocytes is carefully targeted by the laser beam, breaking up into tiny fragments that are then gently removed from the skin by lymphatics.
How Q-switched Nd: YAG Lasers works?
Typically, a laser treatment lasts between 10 and 15 minutes. To determine whether this laser is the most effective skin treatment choice for you, we will first do a thorough assessment of your skin conditions. As soon as the procedure starts, your doctor will use a topical cream to numb the region or may use a local anaesthetic to further ease pain. Additionally, you will receive safety glasses. The physician will then move the laser across the treatment area while delivering strong energy bursts to dissolve the pigment. As the laser will cause some skin damage during this phase, some discomfort is typical. But the majority of individuals respond quite well to this surgery.
In reality, depending on your treatment indication, you will need many therapy sessions spaced 2–8 weeks apart. The use of the Q-Switched Nd: YAG laser is risk-free. You might see some crusting at the treatment site over the next few days as the skin starts to heal. It’s crucial to let the scab heal naturally without attempting to remove it in order to lower the risk of scarring. You can have swelling and redness in the treated area after the surgery.
Lasers Can Treat:
- Post- Traumatic Inflammation
- Enlarged Pores
- Tattoo Removal