Spectra XT: The Most Advanced Extented Platform Q-switched Nd: Yag Laser
GeoMedics Pharma brings to you Lutronic’s most advanced Dual-pulsed Q-switched Nd: YAG SPECTRA™ XT laser which has been created to meet the growing demands of a busy dermatologist’s clinic. This one-of-a-kind device offers a host of effective treatment options, customizable parameters, built-in safety measures, minimal downtimes, all of this at the most reasonable price. This device’s newly extended treatments, namely “Gold Toning” with 595 nm, “RuVY Touch” with 660 nm and “Revital Treatment” with 1064 nm quasi-long pulse (Max. 45 J / sec), offer more treatment choices to both doctors. Spectra XT proves to be a versatile device for a dermatologist’s practice by treating a
wide range of problems, which include Dermal pigmented lesions, Melasma, Tattoo removal, Pimple reductions, Scar removal, removal of Freckles and also for instant skin glow. Developed through in-depth research, Spectra XT is the first Q-switched Nd:YAG laser cleared for the treatment of melasma. The technically advanced Spectra XT system offers an edge over other lasers and provides enhanced clinical outcomes.
Preloaded with a doctor friendly GUI, end-user programmable buttons for personal settings, auto-detected handpieces an adjustable aiming beam. It even helps ensure that it stays up and running with its built-in auto-calibration and self-restoration functions. Crafted for top-notch performance, Spectra XT’s laser beam profile and different power options make sure that the energy is delivered efficiently to maximize effect while minimizing damage to surrounding tissue. Thereby, achieving efficient destruction of the target pigment with minimal collateral thermal damage, meeting the criteria of selective photothermolysis.
- Removal of minor vascular lesions
- Facial flushing
- Erythema post-treatment with laser
- Post-acne erythema
- Melasma concomitant with abnormal dermal vascular activity
- Other epidermal pigmented lesions
- Cafe au lait
- Skin rejuvenation
- Seborrhea with enlarged facial pores
- Inflammatory acne lesions with seborrhea
- Non-ablative resurfacing
- Pigmented and vascular lesions