Aesthetic procedures have been immensely changed from the time when the introduction of medical lasers. Cosmetologist are now able to treat dermal conditions that were once considered incurable. On top of that, the institution of laser and other Energy-Based Devices (EBD) has unlocked new monetary prospects for physicians.
Aesthetic Lasers have been extensively used in dermatology for over 50 years now. The targeting of the skin chromophores allowed doctors to treat many dermal conditions which were challenging or had no treatment until the introduction of selective photothermolysis in the initial year of 1980’s.
The demand for laser surgery has augmented substantially in the past few years. Enhancements in laser technology have delivered patients and dermatologists with more therapeutic choices and better-quality clinical results. Novelties have allowed the range of conditions and the skin types suitable to treatment, including vascular & pigmented lesions, scars, tattoos, improvement of photo aging, and hair removal procedures. More lately, energy based devices were developed which contributed to higher efficacy and safety especially for all skin types.
Increasing adoption of non-invasive procedures, altering lifestyles, escalating incidence of skin damage, lessening in procedural costs, and upswing in medical tourism devices are the major factors boosting the growth of the aesthetic lasers globally. Aesthetic lasers come in a wide variety, famous by their wave length and their mode of delivering the laser.