Our Pigmentation Treatment Devices Are Safe and Effective Across Skin Types
Pigmentation comes in many shapes and sizes — whether it be age spots, brown spots, birthmarks or darker pigmented lesions. To give physicians what they need in terms of pigmentation removal machines to treat the vast range of skin types and conditions, Cartessa looks for highly versatile pigmentation removal technologies that are safe for all skin types and tones and can evenly and comfortably treat any shape discoloration.
The DenaVe is a safe and effective treatment for pigmented lesions like sun spots, dark spots and birthmarks. The DenaVe delivers the desirable wavelength through a fiber-optic and is the only laser of its type to have scanner technology. The provider can target the exact shape and size of the pigmented area thanks to this scanner technology and treatments are more predictable and have less side effects than more traditional technologies.
The EVO Series by Quanta System is engineered to treat a wide range of pigmented lesions and skin types safely. These pigmentation removal lasers boast a larger beam size and energy outputs that treat even the most difficult pigmentation. Treatments are fast, evenly delivered and comfortable.
Motus AX & AY
The Motus AX and AY by DEKA is highly effective for treating benign pigmented lesions. The built-in Moveo technology ensures 100% energy transmission to reduce lesions in any skin type without discomfort and side-effects.
The Discovery picosecond is amongst the most safe and powerful lasers for the treatment of pigmentations. The Discovery Pico patented design delivers this peak power homogeneously and precisely so any color or shape pigment can be treated and the skin can heal naturally and effectively.
The Thunder is one of the most powerful lasers from world-renowned Quanta System that is able to combine maximum patient comfort and treatment efficacy with speed. This technology combines two wavelengths - Alexandrite 755 nm and Nd:YAG 1064 nm - giving your provider gold-standard wavelengths to target pigmentation.