Candela’s V Beam laser in Dubai
Candelas V Beam laser machine has become a highly demanded tool in dermatological practice. The high-power density of V beams allows us to treat large areas of skin effectively with minimal side effects.
The Candela V Beam laser system was developed in response to the increasing demand for effective treatment of larger areas of skin with minimal side effects. This new laser provides higher energy levels, allowing us to treat larger areas of skin at once.
This laser combines two wavelengths into one single wavelength, resulting in a powerful light source with excellent penetration capabilities.
V-Beam Laser Treatment
V-beam technology is based on the principle that a focused beam can be used to deliver more energy than a diffused beam. A typical V-beam consists of three or four parallel lines of laser radiation separated by gaps and overlap. The overlapping parts form an area where the laser energy is concentrated.
The V-beam is a handy tool in dermatology because it lets us treat larger areas simultaneously. It is ideal for treating large areas such as legs, arms, chest, back, and face.
The Candela V beam laser can treat large areas of the body quickly and easily. Its unique design allows it to focus the beam onto any desired spot.
In addition to its ability to treat large areas of tissue, this device also offers several advantages over conventional lasers
Benefits of Vbeam Candella
• It is much easier to use since it does not require a cooling unit.
• The beam can be applied directly to the patient without moving the handpiece.
• It is suitable for all types of hair (including eyelashes).
• There is no need to adjust the power level during treatments.
• The beam is highly stable.
• The laser works well in ambient light conditions.
• The laser is easy to clean up after use.
Vbeam is indicated for the following indications:
- Hair removal
- Skin rejuvenation
- Permanent makeup tattooing
- Tiny, dilated capillaries on the face, nose, and cheeks
- Benign blood vessel growing, also known as angiomas
- Red birthmarks
- Lentigo, or brown spots
- Poikiloderma (uneven pigmentation)
Candela’s V-Beam Technology
Candelas V-Beam uses a patented technology called V-Beam technology. This technology creates a tightly focused beam of intense light that penetrates deep into the dermis.
The V-Beam produces several benefits compared to conventional lasers:
• Higher energy efficiency
• No cooling required
• Better penetration depth
• More precise
Indications where purpura is the desired endpoint
The Candela V-Beam laser is a safe and effective alternative to cryosurgery in treating port wine stains and cherry angioma.
When using the V-Beam, you do not have to worry about ice formation like when using the CryoPen®. You will notice that your skin looks red immediately after the procedure. However, the redness usually disappears within 24 hours.
If you have had previous treatments using the CryoPen®, you may experience less pain during the treatment.
How does it work?
The V-Beams are produced from a helium-neon laser. This laser emits invisible infrared light absorbed by water molecules on the skin. These water molecules then heat up, causing the cells to expand, thereby destroying them. The higher the temperature, the greater the destruction of the cells.
You should select the appropriate wavelength for your skin type. For example, if you have sensitive skin, you will want to avoid using the 810 nm wavelength. If you have oily skin, you will want the 685 nm wavelength.
The V-beams last approximately 5 minutes per session. Typically, two sessions are needed to achieve the desired results. Once you reach your maximum number of treatment sessions, there is no additional benefit from going through the same area again.
Potential risks of the treatment
There are no severe side effects associated with the Candela V Beam laser. Some people might feel a slight discomfort while having their skin treated. In most cases, the pain goes away soon after the treatment.
The Candela V Beam is an excellent choice for those looking for a non-invasive and minimally invasive way to treat unwanted facial hair, dark spots, and other imperfections. You need to understand that this device is not intended to replace the medical care provided by a dermatologist. Therefore, we recommend that you consult with a qualified physician before undergoing any treatment. We hope this information was helpful.