The diode laser, by virtue of its breadth of power and wavelength offerings, configurability, modularity, compactness, high-efficiency and precise delivery are ideal for a variety of medical. DILAS offers products for medical applications in a wide selection of configurations from 632-2200nm, including fiber-coupled modules, stacked arrays, direct beam and others.
Today, diode lasers have established themselves as indispensable tools in aesthetics, diagnostics, photodynamic therapy (PDT) and surgical treatment, offering many advantages over the scalpel blade such as a bloodless operating field, minimal swelling and scarring, and much less or no post surgical pain.
For more information click on the below medical market application pamphlet:
Diode Lasers Used in Medical Applications
|Wavelength λ (nm)|| Application|
|635, 652, 670||Photodynamic Therapy (Cancer Treatment)|
|689||Photodynamic Therapy (Age-Related Macular Degeneration)|
|810||Aesthetics (Hair/Wrinkle Removal, Laser Skin Resurfacing, Pigmented Lesions, Tooth Whitening)|
|915||Aesthetics (Hair/Wrinkle Removal, Laser Skin Resurfacing)|
|940||Aesthetics (Pigmented Lesions, Varicose Vein Removal); Surgical Treatment (Endovenous Treatment)|
|980||Aesthetics (Pigmented Lesions, Tooth Whitening); Photodynamic Therapy (Wound Healing, Microsurgery); Surgical Treatment (General Surgery, Urology)|
|1064||Aesthetics (Hair/Wrinkle Removal); Photodynamic Therapy (Microsurgery); Surgical Treatment (General Surgery)|
|1320||Surgical Treatment (General Surgery, Urology)|
|1470||Aesthetics (Acne Treatment); Surgical Treatment (Urology)|
|1550 ||Surgical Treatment (Urology)|
|1940||Surgical Treatment (General Surgery)|