The Erbium laser uses water as it’s target or the chromophore. Thus the energy is focused where water is most abundant and limits the depth of injury to deeper structures. This is most beneficial on facial resurfacing that has irregular contours over the bony prominences. It is very good treating hard to treat areas around the lips. With our fractional CO2 laser it is more ablative and requires more downtime than the Erbium. The Dynamis combines the Nd:YAG with the Erbium in several protocols.
Non-invasive Laser Face Lifting. A unique combination of four distinct modes of aesthetic treatment harnessed in concert to combat facial aging. Enabled by the expanded capabilities of the Nd:YAG and Er:YAG wavelengths, the Dynamis Pro provides up to four dimensions of treatment. Fotona's complementary Er:YAG and Nd:YAG wavelengths are synergistically applied in 4 different modes: SMOOTH®, FRAC3®, PIANO® and SupErficial™ to work on deeper, medial and superficial connective structures of the skin, while simutaneously targeting different skin imperfections.
Very rare risk of accidental eye injury if struck by any laser beam even though laser safety precautions and eye protection are always used throughout all laser treatments. The Dynamis laser from Fotona can be used to stimulate collagen in the mid face and do a non-filler lip augmentation, as well as relieve sleep apnea, It also is able to treat those hard to treat bags under the eyes.
Fotona offers a laser acne treatment protocol that provides a truly comprehensive solution to the problem of acne. Fotona’s precisely controlled Nd:YAG laser light safely penetrates into skin to effectively target overactive sebaceous glands and to reduce the risk of developing new acne inflammation. For improving the appearance of acne scars, Fotona offers a complementary laser treatment based on a precise and gentle skin resurfacing procedure in which an Er:YAG laser beam is absorbed by the top micro-layers of the skin to vaporize scarred tissue and stimulate the production of new collagen in the dermis.