K Laser Blue - Fusion GT

The world’s first portable laser for surgery and therapy.

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Three Multiple Wavelengths Gives Multiple Benefits

K-Laser Blue is the first portable laser in the world which makes it possible to perform surgical and therapeutic treatments from one device. The laser is a unique innovation to the world of aesthetic medicine as it’s the first laser to combine 3 wavelengths utilising 445nm, 660nm and 970nm beams to specifically target the absorption of melanin, water and haemoglobin molecules.

The laser utilises the 445 nm Blue laser beam for surgical and dermatological clinical uses.
In addition, it has direct antiseptic properties, the 660nm and 970nm beams have additional skin, deep tissue and photo-biostimulating pain relieving properties.

APPLICATIONS

Dermatological Surgery

Contact Surgery

Vascular Surgery

Liposuction

Age/Solar Spots

Pain Therapy

Dermatological Therapy

Therapy Of The Tissues

Podiatry

Dental surgery

Dental Implantology

Strengths

No maintenance

Portable and Lightweight

Internal Wifi for Ease of Software Protocol Updates

3 Wavelengths for Multi-use

Diverse Range of Clinical, Aesthetic and Surgical Uses

Accelerated and Minimal Scar Healing

Maximum Patient Safety

All Surgical Components can be Sterilised

BEFORE & AFTER

This is what K-Laser Blue can do

Angioma BeforeAngioma After
Telangiectasia - BeforeTelangiectasia - After
Unna Nevus - BeforeUnna Nevus - After
Dermatitis - beforeDermatitis - After
Rosacea - beforeRosacea - after
Bed Sore - beforeBed Sore - After 2 months

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TRY K-LASER BLUE At THE WORKSHOP

Come to try the K-Laser Blue live. Book now the next Workshop.

Limited Seats available


Booking cost £20 (It will be refunded at the workshop)
You will receive an email confirmation with all the details.

Sat, 12 Jan 2019 10:00 - 12:30 GMT

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