NUBWAY | What is a ND YAG Laser?
NUBWAY | What is a ND YAG Laser?

ND YAG laser is the most commonly used device for tattoo removal. Utilizing the selective photothermal action principle of laser and the blasting action principle of Q-switched laser. After the pigment absorbs the laser, it is suddenly heated and explodes, and is broken into smaller particles. The broken fragment particles are engulfed by macrophages through metabolism and then enter the lymphatic circulation with the macrophages, so that the pigment is excreted from the body. The pigment gradually becomes lighter and eventually disappears after periodic treatments, thereby achieving the purpose of treatment.

ND YAG laser produces four high-energy beams of wavelength, 1320nm, 1064nm, 532nm, and 755nm. This wavelength is highly versatile and can penetrate deeply into tissues without being significantly absorbed by surrounding skin, making it useful for a wide range of medical procedures

NUBWAY | What is a ND YAG Laser?

Laser hair removal: Nd YAG lasers target melanin in hair follicles, effectively disabling them and preventing future hair growth.

Tattoo removal: The laser breaks down the ink particles in tattoos into smaller fragments, which are then gradually removed by the body’s immune system.

Treatment of vascular lesions: Nd YAG lasers can be used to target and coagulate blood vessels in conditions such as spider veins or hemangiomas.

Skin rejuvenation: Nd YAG lasers can stimulate collagen production in the skin, improving skin tone and texture.

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