Spectra VRM is an award-winning laser system designed for use in a wide range of dermatological and aesthetic procedures. This powerful Q-switched Nd:YAG system is clinically effective for a variety of benign pigmented lesions, tattoos and more. Offering two distinct wavelengths at 1064nm and 532nm, the Spectra VRM reliably removes even colored amateur, professional and traumatic tattoos with precision and ease. With the optional solid dye hand pieces, the VRM series can double its capacity in treating an assortment of tattoo inks.
A special feature of the VRM Series is the addition of the Lutronic “Spectra Mode” that extends the range of procedures that can be performed to include laser peeling, skin rejuvenation, wrinkle removal and melasma treatments.
In combination of Spectra Mode and a carbon-based lotion, this soft laser peel feature is specifically designed to emit a quasi-long pulse of 300 microseconds to create photothermal energy to heat the skin’s thin layer of collagen and fibroblast, resulting in a younger and healthier looking skin. Together with consistent shot-to-shot stability, the VRM is highly effective for cosmetic treatments such as photo rejuvenation, non-ablative resurfacing, fine wrinkles, acne scars, and pore size reduction.
What areas can be treated by Spectra VRM?
The Spectra VRM treatment is suitable to treat the following issues:
• Enlarged pores
• Fine wrinkles
• Pigment lesions
• Inflammatory acne
• Aged skin
Is Spectra VRM safe?
Although very capable in treating troubled areas, the Spectra VRM has been FDA approved and used by thousands of customers with a strong safety record.
How does the Spectra VRM procedure feel?
The treatment is virtually pain free; patients have described treatment as a light zapping sensation. For patients who have dense hair or dark skin the treatment area may feel slightly more heat; however a topical anesthesia can be administered prior to treatment.
How many Spectra VRM treatments do I need?
Patients who receive the Spectra VRM treatment will start to see marked improvements after just one session, with full results after three or four, which are usually performed over the course of two to three weeks.
What are the possible side effects of Spectra VRM?
There are few side effects associated with this procedure. Patients should be aware that the laser does create a sunburn-like look that can last up to 10 days. However, it usually fades before then, and patients can return to normal activity immediately, with no downtime. The treatment is virtually painless, and the technology allows for a lower margin for error.
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