The Relevance Of LASER TREATMENT In Medical Science

LASER (LIGHT AMPLIFICATION BY STIMULATED EMISSION OF RADIATIONS) treatment is one of the most innovative medical revolutions in the last few decades. Lesser Hassles, Lesser Complication, and Minimum efforts are the key attributes of this.

LASER is a device that stimulates atoms or molecules which emit light at a particular wavelength and amplifies light typically producing a very narrow beam of radiation. It is one of the non-invasive methods in the treatment of various conditions.

Why It Is That Effective?

It works by generating a concentrated and penetrated stream of pulsed bright light which can be controlled and strategically directed over the skin.

Skin Treatment with LASER is gaining a lot of importance and is effective which cure skin treatment. It is used for variety of aesthetic procedures. LASER TREATMENT use concentrated beams of light, a LASER cosmetology technician guides the light to destroy the ability of hair follicles to grow new hair, eliminating the need to shave. Those who suffer from acne, uneven pigmentation from growing and medical spas and LASER make them happier about the skin.

Removal of Tattoo is also one of the key areas of LASER COSMETOLOGY.

There are types of LASER Treatment:

Cosmetic LASER: Normally, there are two types of cosmetic purpose, ablative and non ablative.

Ablative – It works on upper layer of the skin.

Non -Ablative- It penetrates the deeper layer of the skin and penetrates deeper of skin without affecting the upper layer.

These procedures are more intense. It penetrates deeper into the layer of the skin. These procedure if often known as resurfacing of the skin since it deals with more serious skin problems.

LASER can also be used for a myriad of applications that includes permanent removal of unwanted air, the reduction of appearance in wrinkles, removal of spider veins and many more.

In the Indian Subcontinent ageing is extremely dangerous. Collagen is part of the skin which makes it soft, supple and elastic. As we age, the collagen becomes far dense which results in thin or lax skin.