Versatile. Amazing results. Fast treatment.
- Versatile applicators
- Adjustable treatment patterns
- Safe for sensitive areas
- High-speed procedure
USING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, VERTEX LASERS FRACTIONAL CO2 LASER OFFERS THE SAFEST AND MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO PROVIDE SOME OF THE MOST DRAMATIC, AGE-DEFYING RESULTS IN THE TREATMENT OF CHALLENGING SKIN IMPERFECTIONS.
Vertex Lasers is proud to present CO2 Diamond, a CO2 laser therapy system with a wavelength of 10600mn, that uses selective pho-thermal decomposition principles. With an optimal mix of ablative and thermal effects and an array of applicators and treatment modes for highly tailored procedures, CO2 Diamond brings unparalleled precision and innovation to the field of dermatology and plastic surgery. Vertex Lasers’ CO2 Diamond is a highly flexible system for char-free tissue ablation, excision, incision and coagulation of soft tissue. It allows physicians full control of treatment parameters, including level and depth of ablation and thermal effect via pulse duration and mode of energy delivery. This versatility maximizes precision and treatment results while minimizing unnecessary tissue damage.
Why choose CO2 Diamond by Vertex Lasers?
CO2 LASER FOR SKIN RESURFACING
FOR AN AN ARRAY OF SURGICAL TREATMENTS
NON-ABLATIVE. EFFICIENT. FLEXIBLE.
10600mn wavelength laser with maximum versatility
Top laser solution for medical procedures
Fractional CO2 Resurfacing treats a wide array of skin conditions, wrinkles, fine lines, photodamage, uneven skin tone and skin laxity, as well as in scar treatment, skin tags and benign tumors. It is great for acne scar treatment and provides minimally-invasive solution for skin rejuvenating, skin resurfacing, skin tightening as well as vaginal rejuvenation. Unlike traditional ablative lasers, CO2 Diamond deploys a fractional delivery method which creates pixel-sized perforations in the skin, leaving the surrounding tissue intact. The preservation of undamaged skin between the perforations allows for faster healing while the wound healing process promotes accelerated re-epithelization, generation of new collagen, tissue regeneration and contracture of existing fibers.