Smartxide Fractional Laser System
has succeeded in drastically reducing the recovery time and risks of
classic CO2 resurfacing with its fractional laser system. The new Deka
SmartXide DOT CO2 laser offers the versatility of both deep and light
skin resurfacing in one single system, which allows you to service the
growing demand from patients for a less invasive procedure with a
shorter recovery time.
Less Downtime For Patients
The CO2 laser energy, applied in a fractional process, creates very
thin and spaced columns of thermal damage, which penetrate into the
dermal skin layer and stimulate new collagen production. The tissue
between the columns of thermal damage is spared, resulting in a faster
Hi-Scan DOT allows a superficial laser peel to be achieved with just a
few passes. The main advantage is the minimal healing time that enables
patients to get back to their normal life soon (downtime is usually
about 3-5 days).
Ability To Use For Traditional Skin Resurfacing
SmartXide DOT can also be used for a traditional CO2 resurfacing
treatments. This means that the practitioner can still treat a wide
range of dermatological lesions and perform a deeper skin resurfacing
Unlike other systems the Smartxide DOT requires no expensive consumables.
Wide Range Of Adjustable Parameters
Gain the flexibility to adjust parameters such as treatment area shape,
spacing of fractional laser dots, order of application and an array of
Only Topical Anaesthesia Required
Most procedures can be performed with less anaesthetic, resulting in
minimal post-operative discomfort, pain, or swelling. The added
benefits of an optimal and predictable recovery give the practitioner
and patient security and assurance.
Use For Surgical Applications
The SmartXide DOT system is able to be used as a conventional sugical CO2 laser for procedures such as Blepharoplasty.
For procedures requiring high precision the system features Deka
SmartPulse technology, which is capable of high peak intensities in the
pulse mode to ensure precise and reliable control of the treatment
depth of the biological tissue. This reduces any heat damage to
the surrounding structures.