What is a carbon dioxide lattice laser?

Carbon dioxide dot matrix laser is a gas laser. Its principle of action is focal photothermal action. The dot matrix laser generates an array of small beams, which act on the dermis and promote the generation of dermal collagen and the rearrangement of collagen fibers. Carbon dioxide lattice laser is a development based on carbon dioxide laser. Carbon dioxide laser is a traditional laser. Because the traditional laser does not have the lattice mode, it has the disadvantages of large damage, long recovery time and many side effects. The dot matrix laser can meet the treatment requirements of different patients and different diseases to the greatest extent. Because the dot matrix laser equipment has the adjustability of various parameters, such as spot diameter, treatment density, treatment depth, treatment energy, etc., different diseases can obtain personalized treatment schemes, so as to obtain the best curative effect, This is the true meaning of using lattice laser.

The lattice carbon dioxide laser is a gas laser. Its principle of action is focal photothermal action. The array like micro beams are generated by the lattice laser, which act on the skin to form micro damage of multiple three-dimensional cylindrical structures. Around each minor injury area, there are damaged normal tissues, and their keratinocytes can quickly crawl to make the local healing quickly. Rearrange collagen fibers and elastic fibers, make the content of type I and type III collagen fibers close to the normal proportion, change the structure of pathological scar tissue, gradually soften and restore elasticity. The main absorption group is water, which is the main component of the skin. It can heat the collagen fibers, shrink and denature, and induce wound healing in the dermis. The collagen produced is deposited orderly, which promotes the proliferation of collagen fibers and the recovery of skin atrophic scars.

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