Sistemul LASEROPTEK PICOLO® Premium reprezintă următorul nivel prin multiplele inovații în tehnologia laserelor cu picosecundă din domeniul medicinii estetice. Acest sistem de ultimă generație asigură nivele ridicate de eficiență clinică în tratamente de rejuvenarea tenului, cicatrici post-acenice, leziuni pigmentare benigne și îndepărtarea tatuajelor. Combinând o tehnologie extrem de stabilă Nd:Yag 532 & 1064nm cu o generație nouă de aplicatoare de înaltă performanță, PICOLO® Premium permite proceduri medical estetice comfortabile, precise și eficiente în beneficiul pacienților.
Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of the 1064 nm picosecond Nd:YAG laser with a topically applied gold and diamond suspension for facial skin rejuvenation: A pilot study
Jae Wan Park,Sun Hye Shin,Woo Geon Lee,Kapsok Li,Seong Jun Seo,Chang Hoon Kim,Kui Young Park
Fractional 1064-nm picosecond Nd:YAG laser promotes hair regrowth in BALB/c mice
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology
Sung Ha Lim 1, Seung-Won Jung 1, Hee Seok Seo 1, Long-Quan Pi 2, Seung Phil Hong 1
A prospective, split-face study comparing 1,064-nm picosecond Nd:YAG laser toning with 1,064-nm Q-switched Nd:YAG laser toning in the treatment of melasma
Journal of Dermatological Treatment
Jun Ki HongORCID Icon,Sun Hye ShinORCID Icon,Su Jung ParkORCID Icon,Seong Jun SeoORCID Icon &Kui Young ParkDepartment of Dermatology, Chu
Efficacy and Safety of Treatment with Fractional 1,064-nm Picosecond Laser with Diffractive Optic Element for Wrinkles and Acne Scars: A Clinical Study
Annals of Dermatology
Chung Hyeok Lee, Eun Mi Jin,1 Hee Seok Seo, Tae-Ui Ryu,1 and Seung Phil Hong
Comparison of a 1064-nm neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet picosecond laser using a diffractive optical element vs. a nonablative 1550-nm erbium-glass laser for the treatment of facial acne scarring in Asian patients: a 17-week prospective, randomized, split-face, controlled trial
Annals of Dermatology
H.H. Kwon,S.H. Yang,Y.J. Cho,E. Shin,M. Choi,Y. Bae,J.Y. Jung,G.-H. Park
The efficacy and effectiveness of picosecond pulse laser treatment of skin are primarily dependent on laser output energy and pulse duration stability. The primary mode of action of pico lasers is the creation of photoacoustic cavitation that, in the case of pigment removal, fragments pigments into fine particles that are carried away by the body’s lymphatic system. In scar revision and skin rejuvenation treatments, the picosecond-generated photoacoustic effect triggers Laser Induced Optical Breakdown (LIOB) in tissue, resulting in extracellular matrix remodeling.
LASEROPTEK’s in-house design, engineering, and manufacturing competence enable the technology behind PicoLO Premium’s class-leading picosecond energy and pulse duration stability.
PicoLO Premium generated 1064nm and 532nm pulse durations were measured by an oscilloscope and charted. The standard deviation at both wavelengths is below 2% indicating a stability of 98%.
Mean values were calculated for every 10 output energy measurements by the energy meter.
Oscilloscope and energy meter measurements taken at both 1064 and 532nm demonstrates PicoLO Premium’s ability to generate consistent, peak pulses. The test data confirms output energy standard deviation below 5% at 1064nm and below 2% at 532nm.
PicoLO Premium’s Dia FX handpieces are embedded with an innovative addition to maximize physician comfort. The newly developed handpieces feature a “Twist & Treat” function allowing physicians to target multiple depths when treating conditions at the twist of the wrist.
Three distinct penetration depths are available to selectively target the dermis, upper dermis, and epidermis thereby selectively generating Laser-Induced Optical Breakdowns (LIOB) at the targeted tissue layers. This approach allows physicians to fine-tune treatments by controlling the depth at which micro-injuries are created thereby stimulating the desired wound healing responses that deliver customized rejuvenation outcomes.
Handpieces of PicoLO Premium are equipped with LASEROPTEK’s proprietary DOE Fractional Technology which is a generated fractional grid pattern for application in aesthetic laser treatments. This technology provides uniform fluence, ablation/penetration depth, safety, and even distribution of energy.