Surgery – laser closing of blood vessels:
- telangiectasia treatment
- varicose veins treatment
Fotona is recognized as a world leader in medical laser technologies, working closely with top universities and research centers around the globe. With over 45 years of experience in laser technology, Fotona’s surgical lasers systems are leading the industry forward with new levels of excellence and unrivaled performance.
The latest generation of surgical lasers offers treatments that are faster, safer and less invasive. Laser solutions are available across a wide range of surgical fields, from minimally invasive aesthetic surgical treatments (laser-assisted lipolysis and hyperhidrosis) to clinical surgical procedures such as endovenous laser ablation.
High-Performance, Minimally Invasive Treatments
Fotona's high-performance XP-2 Focus surgical laser incorporates the industry’s most effective and scientifically proven QCW Nd:YAG laser wavelength to ensure the safest, most comfortable and successful surgical treatments possible.
This same surgical wavelength is also incorporated in Fotona’s multi-application SP Line of lasers, which additionally includes an Er:YAG laser (recognized as the optimal wavelength for extremely precise laser incision, with controlled thermal coagulation and bleeding effects) as well as a long-pulse Nd:YAG laser for transdermal aesthetic treatments.
Professionally designed handpieces, easy-to-select operating modes and advanced solutions for laser beam delivery further enhance the precision and performance of each Fotona laser system to ensure optimal clinical efficacy and unrivalled control during surgical treatments.
The Benefits of Fotona’s Surgical Lasers Include:
- Less downtime and quicker healing
- A haemostatic effect with simultaneous disinfection
- Minimally invasive procedures
- High-precision, tissue-selective treatments
The Right Laser for Your Practice
Fotona's range of multi-application surgical laser systems allows practitioners to select a technology platform that best meets their patients' need