ADVATx is the world’s most advanced solid-state yellow laser for effective treatment of vascular skin conditions, acne, scars, warts and wrinkles. Advanced in technology, but simple to use. ADVATx is developed for dermatologists and physicians who are looking for the most advanced solutions for highly desired treatments, without pain, downtime or expensive consumables.
With numerous FDA and CE cleared indications ranging from vascular abnormalities to acne, wrinkle reduction and warts, ADVATx is poised to become the laser modality of choice for physicians dedicated to offering their patients the most advanced laser solutions available.
SIMPLE USER INTERFACE
Usability is one of the fundamentals in the design of ADVATx. We have developed the user interface to be simple, intuitive and easy to operate.
SCANNER HAND PIECE
Single Spot or Fractionated Delivery – Both 589nm and 1319nm are delivered via the same scanner hand piece.
ADVATx scanner deliveres different scan patterns allowing the physician to tailor delivery of laser energy acccording to the area being treated. See illustration.
DELIVERY METHOD (589 nm)
In order to minimize the discomfort and unwanted side effects such as purpura, or other damage to surrounding tissue caused by Pulsed Dye Lasers (PDL), ADVATx employs Quasi CW pulsing, delivering individual pulses of energy at a repetition rate of 12 kHz.
As the durations of the individual pulses, as well as the pulse-to-pulse spacings are significantly shorter than the thermal relaxation time of the vessels, the skin perceives the multiple pulses of energy as a single pulse. For example, this means that a 20 ms pulse of energy can be directed at the target, i.e. Veins, without the trauma to the surrounding tissue caused by the significantly larger energy spikes of a PDL.
Simply stated, because of our advanced delivery system, ADVATx allows for all the well-known therapeutic benefits of yellow light, without the undesirable side effects associated with PDL.
It is important to state that the 1319 nm is delivered as continuous wave (CW).