The Pure Pico™ laser platform - A picosecond laser has a shorter pulse duration than a Q-switch laser. The PicoWay® system offers 4 wavelengths that are designed to your needs for all in-demand indications including, but not limited to, removal of benign pigmented lesions and wrinkle reduction. It is a picosecond laser with Pure Pico™ pulse1 that breaks down particles with more photoacoustic energy instead of photothermal energy which causes less heat and complication risk. Download the material below to learn more about the quality of a Pure Pico™ pulse.
The new addition of the PicoWay®️ system – 730 nm. It has the shortest pulse duration* at 250 ps which is the shortest out of all handpieces in the system, and also the shortest in the market as of 2020*. Download material below to learn more about the rationale of 730 nm and how it elevates your picosecond laser experience to another level.
The PicoWay®️ system is known for the unique design of its fractional handpieces with a different beam splitter compare to the market. Here is now a new addition of another unique design of fractional handpieces, allowing low intensity, high-density treatments to target diffuse benign pigmented lesions. Download the material below to learn more about the Resolve Fusion™ 532 nm handpiece and how it adds benefits to your clinical practice.
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Meet the Pure Pico™ laser platform intentionally designed to work from the inside out.2-5
The PicoWay® system delivers high peak power and the shortest pulse durations for a non-thermal, photoacoustic effect that transforms skin with low downtime.2-3
Picosecond lasers have been demonstrated to build collagen and elastin.6-7
Behind the Pulse - Picosecond Laser
1. Data on file, Candela Corporation. 2. PicoWay 510(k) clearance for all handpieces (K191685), September, 2019. 3. PicoWay 510(k) clearance for acne scars (K162454), February 2017 4. Schomacker K, Bhawalkar JD. PicoWay Clinical Bulletin. 2016. Data on file. 5. Brauer JA, Kazlouskaya V, Alabdulrazzaq H, et al. Use of a picosecond pulse duration laser with specialized optic for treatment of facial acne scarring. JAMA Dermatol. 2015;151(3):278-284. 6. Tanghetti EA, Tartar DM. Comparison of the cutaneous thermal signatures over twenty-four hours with a picosecond alexandrite laser using a flat or fractional optic. J Drugs Dermatol. 2016;15(11):1347-1352. 7. Tanghetti EA. The histology of skin treated with a picosecond alexandrite laser and a fractional lens array. Lasers Surg Med. 2016 Sep;48(7):646-52. doi: 10.1002/lsm.22540. Epub 2016 Jun 1.
*Based on comparison with competitors’ published specification as of 2020.
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