Novel 3-in-1 Wavelength Light Source for Photorejuvenation

April 2008 | Volume 7 | Issue 4 | Original Article | 335 | Copyright © 2008

Min-Wei Christine Lee MD MPH

Abstract

The objective of this study was to evaluate a novel flashlamp emitting light device which represents the first light-based device for skin rejuvenation with the ability to shift the wavelength spectrum depending on the application. Three distinct programs adjust the wavelengths to accommodate the melanin and hemoglobin absorption, and also adjust the pulse width and cooling depending on the needs of the patient. Patients received treatment on the left side of the face or other body part; the untreated side served as the control.

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