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BIOXEL

Fractional CO2 laser with glass tube

Precise laser beam to minimize skin damage from heat, reducing the recovery and rejuvenation period for patients, and enabling them to swiftly resume normal daily activities post-treatment

 

Adjustment of spot size and beam density to shorten treatment times, benefiting both the operator and the patient

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BIOXEL employs a precise laser beam to minimize heat-induced skin damage and reduce the recovery and rejuvenation period. This allows patients to quickly return to their normal daily activities following treatment. Adjusting the spot size and beam density can also shorten treatment time, benefiting both the operator and the patient.

Laser Beam

Various Beam Shape

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Various Beam Mode

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Ultra Pulse

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Super Pulse

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Normal Pulse

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Continuous Wave (CW)

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Handpiece

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Fractional Handpiece

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General Surgical Handpiece

Vaginal Treatment

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A high-density laser beam is administered widely to the vagina, resulting in vaginal tightening and rejuvenation.

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Automatic Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation (LVR) is also an option.

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How does it work?

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Optional

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ENT Handpiece

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Dental Handpiece

Technology

Fractional technology involves finely dividing the laser beam, emitting it fractionally onto the skin, creating numerous small thermal lesions in the skin structure without causing significant damage. This process promotes rapid skin recovery and natural rejuvenation without adverse effects.

Fractional CO2 Laser has a high water absorption rate, resulting in the vaporization of the skin surface and the formation of Micro Ablative Columns. When a Fractional CO2 Laser is applied to the skin surface, the water heats up to its boiling point, leading to the conversion of water molecules into vapor (ablation).

The generated heat forms a coagulation zone, initiating the wound-healing response. Upon ablation of the skin, immediate collagen shrinkage occurs due to heat-induced coagulation. Additionally, the heat denatures collagen, causing it to recoil back to its normal state, resulting in skin tightening and improved skin laxity.

Models

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BIOXEL

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DX300

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BX300

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