Hyper-Pigmentation or PIH manifests on the skin in many ways and are a common concern for many of us. Treatments that work for one person can worsen symptoms in another and even cause side effects. A challenge practitioners face is in finding the best solution that works for each individual.
At Cambridge Medical Group, we focus on treating various forms of pigmentation. We strive to deliver the best combination of treatments and products to solve pigmentation problems by constantly updating our practice with the latest proven treatment techniques. The Pico Laser is the latest addition to Cambridge’s repertoire of pigmentation treatments.
Q-switched lasers have long been considered the standard of care for pigmentation treatment and treatment of hyper-pigmentation. As technology progressed, Q-switched lasers got faster and evolved to nanosecond pulse lasers. Today, nanosecond pulse lasers have in turn given way to picosecond pulse lasers.
While picosecond lasers are still deemed relatively new, the second generation Picocare 450 ND:Yag is even more superior by being the 1st and only FDA-cleared Pico laser system for pigmentation treatment and skin rejuvenation.
The Pico Laser using PicoCare 450 also takes the speed game up a few notches by emitting each light pulses at a rate faster than a nanosecond. This allows a treatment session to be completed faster and even more effective.
Being highly efficient, this treatment takes fewer shots which means that there is less thermal heat generated, reduced pain, fewer side effects and minimal skin irritation.
Pico Laser using PicoCare 450 treats dermal and epidermal pigments. It is also indicated for wrinkles, large pore reduction, uneven skin coloration , irregular skin texture and acne scars.
Dr Lee Mun Heng is the key opinion leader and regional trainer for the Picocare 450 Pico Laser in Singapore as recognised by Wontech Korea, the manufacturer of Picocare 450.
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