The Lumenis M22 IPL laser is one of the newest lasers used in the cosmetic dermatology market. The M22 combines one of the most advanced IPL treatments with the most effective non-ablative fractional lasers, as well as the Nd:YAG lasers; all in one device! This amazing combination laser is by far one of the most versatile on the market and is effective on both light and dark-skinned patients! It also works extremely well for the treatment of hyperpigmentation, and dark/brown skin or sun spots.
The Lumenis M22 Combination Laser
The amazing laser is a multi-use treatment, allowing the staff at Queens Crossing to be able to treat far more patients with a varied number of symptoms, all using this one single device! At Queens Crossing we use the M22 for 3 specific modules currently,
The IPL module uses SapphireCool Light Guides in order to provide continuous cooling to mazimize patient comfort during the laser procedure. IPL technology is also an extremely proven method in the treatment of:
- Unwanted Hair (for fare skinned patients)
- Pigmented lesions
- Vascular Lesions
- Rosacea, and skin blemishes
- Sun Spots and Sun Damage
- Fine lines, facial folds, and wrinkles
ResurFX technology uses a fiber laser as well as an extremely innovateive scanner in order to perform non-ablative laser skin resurfacing. The ResurFX treatment is quite unique as it only requires the doctor to go over the skin once in order to achieve optimal results, as well as reducing the amount of totak procedure time involved in a single session. The ResurFX is not only extremely quick and efficient but is optimal in the treatment of:
- Hyperpigmentation Issues
- Age & Sun Spots
- Fines lines, facial folds, and wrinkles
- Acne or surgical scarring
- Healing the skin’s tone & texture
- Also, in the treatment of loose, hanging skin.
When the ResurFX technology is combined with the IPL Photofacial, we are able to perform an Anti-Aging Photofractional Treatment. The ResurFX also works well in conjunction with dermall fillers, and injectables, or neuromodulators such as Botox.
The Nd:YAG module uses multiple sequential pulsing in order to allow for extra cooling between pulses. The Nd:YAG is used mostly in the treatment of:
- Vascular Lesions
- Visible surface veins
- And Superficial wrinkles and fine lines
If you’d like to be treated by one of the most versatile lasers available today, contact Queens Crossing Dermatology today!