Use of Eufoton lasers in dermatology
Eufoton Lasers selectively destroys melanic pigments (dyschromia, hair), blood vessel pigments (telangiectasas, angiomas) and clear skin lesions, which have been artificially stained with exogenous colours (artificial). The laser’s selectiveness, combined with poor water absorption, uses a low level of energy, reducing pain and thus avoiding anaesthesia, stitches or unattractive scars.
What are the advantages?
All treatments are characterised by:
- No anaesthesia.
- Painless after treatment.
- No stitches.
- No side effects.
- No infections.
- Minimal surgical time.
What pathologies can be treated by laser?
- Skin spots or hyperpigmentation
- Couperose and rosacea
- Moles, warts and papillomas
- Acne scars