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The LOTUS III is a highly versatile Er-YAG laser providing physicians with a flexible approach to customizing treatments with a wide range of settings and modes to opt from. The 40us and 5ms modes enable more skin indications to be treated with minimal downtime for the convenience and comfort of patients. Switching between ultra-short and ultra-long pulse modes provides more control over treatment approaches and the cold ablation mode ensures to lower risk of post-inflammatory side effects such as hyperpigmentation (PIH).
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Specialized for Epidermal Lesions
This technological application lowers the risk of reactive hyper and hypo pigmentations and epidermal damage from occurring. Additionally, it is highly effective when targeting red-colored inks for tattoo removal.
DOE Fractional Technology
LASEROPTEK’s fractional technology enables laser energy to penetrate the dermis where it stimulates the regeneration of collagen and elastin. Patients experience remarkable improvement of fine lines, rhytids, acne scarring, and reduction in pore size.
Ultra-Short Pulse Mode (USP)
USP, also known as “Cold Ablation,” performs deep ablations utilizing a 40µs pulse duration minimizing heat damage to tissue by accurately controlling thermal energy. This results in less pain and undesired side effects. Cold Ablation can also be used for rhytid reduction and highlights the flexibility LOTUS III provides clinicians to tailor treatments by delivering optimal energy where it is needed. This flexibility expands clinical treatment offerings.
USP also referred to as “Cold Ablation”, performs deep ablations utilizing a 40µs pulse duration minimizing heat damage to the targeted tissue by accurately controlling thermal energy. Cold ablation is applicable for rhytid reduction and showcases the flexibility provided to physicians by delivering optimal energy where they require it. Ultra-Short Pulse treatments are also known to minimize side effects and patients experience less pain in comparison with other techniques.
Ultra-Long Pulse Mode (ULP)