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Hybrid Fractional Laser

Aug 2014
Sciton Inc.Request Info
PALO ALTO, Calif., April 7, 2014 — Sciton Inc.’s Halo, a hybrid fractional laser, applies tunable ablative and nonablative wavelengths in a single pass to maximize results and reduce downtime.

Two functions provide separate treatments for the quick-healing epidermis and the slow-healing dermis. For coagulation, the laser is tunable to a wavelength of 1470 nm to target epidermal and dermal pigmented lesions resulting from solar damage at a depth of 100 to 700 µm. For ablation, the laser is tunable to a wavelength of 2940 nm to speed up healing at a depth of 0 to 100 µm. 

Intelligent energy delivery combined with dynamic thermal optimization ensures precise, even measurements.


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