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The First Commercial 730 nm Picosecond-Domain Laser is Safe and Effective for Treating Multicolor Tattoos

March 24, 2020
This study examined several males and females who had tattoos removed thanks to treatment from a 730 nm titanium-sapphire laser-pumped laser. A blind assessment showed clearance in varying degrees for six different colors of pigments without scarring or pigmentary alteration.
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Histology of ex vivo skin after treatment with fractionated picosecond Nd:YAG laser in high and low-energy settings

January 3, 2020
Biopsy samples from East Asian subjects were treated with either a Resolve 532-nm handpiece or a Resolve 1064-nm handpiece and examined for laser-induced optical breakdowns and intradermal laser-induced cavitations. Superficial, intra-epidermal LIOBs were seen in skin treated with higher laser energies. Deep, intradermal LICs were seen in skin treated at lower energies.
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Treatment of Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea With Pulsed-Dye Laser and Oxymetazoline 1.0% Cream: A Retrospective Study

January 1, 2020
A retrospective study of several male and female patients with ET rosacea treated with both PDL treatments and daily oxymetazoline cream. A blind evaluation by board-certified dermatologists showed the overwhelming majority of subjects achieved at least a two-point clearance in telangiectasias.
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Successful treatment of ephelides in Asian skin using the picosecond 785-nm laser

December 20, 2019
PicoWay 785-nm laser treatment of two Korean females with ephelides on the cheeks and/or nose was studied. The result for both subjects was improvement to near complete clearance of the ephelides without any complications.
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Pulsed dye laser treatment of port-wine stains in infancy without the need for general anesthesia

March 13, 2019
A retrospective review of nearly 200 infants who were treated for port-wine stains with a Vbeam Perfecta. The majority of patients showed significant improvement without scarring or pigmentary change.
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Pulsed-dye laser as an adjuvant treatment for papulopustular eruptions from epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors, a randomized blinded split-faced controlled trial

March 7, 2019
Men and women with facial acneiform eruptions due to EGFRis were treated with a Vbeam Perfecta. A randomized side of the face was treated and the contralateral side served as a control. Statistically significant improvement was seen in laser-treated side.
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Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of the Dual Wavelength Picosecond Laser for the Treatment of Benign Pigmented Lesions in Asians

January 1, 2019
PicoWay 532nm and 1064nm treatments were applied to subjects with benign pigmentary disorders. The majority of patients saw good to excellent responses with improvement being more pronounced in freckles and lentigines than melasma.
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Treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte using a redesigned pulsed dye laser with a 15 mm diameter treatment spot

November 27, 2018
Male and female subjects of varying skin types were treated for POC with the Vbeam Prima. Blinded physician reviewers found a significant rate of success without hypo/hyperpigmentation or scarring.
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Prospective Multicenter Clinical Trial of a Temperature-Controlled Subcutaneous Microneedle Fractional Bipolar Radiofrequency System for the Treatment of Cellulite

October 1, 2018
50 female subjects with cellulite were treated at four different clinical sites with a single Profound SubQ treatment. A blind assessment of photos was performed by three dermatologists and results showed significant success.
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Effıcacy of the Carbon Dıoxıde Fractıonal Laser ın the Treatment of Compound and Dermal Facıal Nevı Usıng wıth Dermatoscopıc Follow-up

September 1, 2018
A large group of female and male patients with facial nevi were treated with a CO2 laser. After a one-year follow-up a large majority of patients and physicians had GAS scores rated as good-excellent.
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