Quanta System Aesthetic Lasers
Italian-Engineered Aesthetic Laser Platforms Unique in
Power, Quality & Versatility
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Founded in Milan, Italy, internationally renowned Quanta System has earned a reputation for building state-of-the-art laser systems for use in over 130 countries across the globe. Every Quanta laser, is tested for thousands of hours to ensure safety, efficacy and overall patient satisfaction.
Cartessa Aesthetics is Quanta System’s exclusive U.S. and Canadian aesthetic partner. This partnership represents the coming together of two companies focused on innovation, support and industry expertise. Explore featured platform systems that will elevate your practice and patients’ results.
Chrome – Lase Station
A modular Lase Station with reinvented Q-Switched technology, multiple wavelengths, fractional options, and the benefits of long and short pulse technology. Chrome’s versatility and patient-centric Skin Apps™ make it truly unique.
Light – EVO Series
Three true-laser wavelengths: Alexandrite 755 nm, Nd:YAG 1064 nm and Nd:YAG 532 nm with the option to add a chilled IPL and erbium handpiece. Versatility to effectively address critical concerns across skin types and to perform the exclusive Elluminate treatment all with a single, hand-crafted device.
Q-Plus – EVO Series
Customize Q-switch laser platform with multiple wavelengths, including Quanta’s Ruby laser, the fastest Ruby laser on the market today. OptiBeam II technology, plus the option to add a chilled IPL and erbium handpiece, practices can perform hair removal and tattoo removal as well as treat wrinkles, fine-lines, pigmented lesions, vascular lesions, and acne scars.
Discovery Pico Series
With industry-leading peak power, four separate emission modes, unique OptiBeam handpiece design, and three true laser wavelengths — the Discovery Pico series offers the power and precision that drives real results while minimizing discomfort and optimizing recovery time. The Discovery Pico Series is a second-generation picosecond Nd:YAG laser — the first of its kind.