The Quanta Thunder Series are fast, powerful, and easy to use devices. They all feature the gold standard of wavelengths for dermatological and aesthetic treatments: Alexandrite 755 nm and Nd:YAG 1064 nm. For optimal versatility, you can choose a laser with either or both wavelengths
The Thunder Series is manufactured by Quanta System Aesthetic Division, an internationally renowned laser innovator. Cartessa Aesthetics is Quanta System Aesthetic Division’s exclusive U.S. and Canadian aesthetic partner.
Applications of the Quanta Thunder:
- Laser Hair Removal
- Benign Pigmented Lesions
- Vascular Lesions
Key Benefits of the Quanta Thunder
Power, Safety, Comfort, Speed
Advanced scanner technology combined with large spot sizes leads to consistent, efficient energy distribution from the Thunder laser. Plus, AutoMotion Technology improves comfort and safety. This means that, no matter who is operating the device, clients will receive the same uniform results. In addition, the elliptical shape and optimized beam profile allow for better controlled pulse overlapping than other devices with faster treatment times.
Permanent Hair Reduction for All Skin Types
The Quanta Thunder is ideal for treating benign pigmented lesions, wrinkles, and dermatological vascular lesions, but its true power lies in its ability to take permanent hair reduction to a new level. No other laser series provides the same amount of power while also offering top performance. Plus, unlike other lasers, everyone can receive treatments from the Quanta Thunder. It is suitable for all skin types, allowing you to provide all of your patients with the same high-quality care.
Exclusive Skin Cooling System
Only the Thunder series comes with Qool-air — an ideal space-saving solution to improve skin cooling capabilities. The skin cooling system works on large areas of skin at once to further improve comfort for patients. Better still, the operator has complete control over the system through the laser screen.
Quanta Thunder Before and Afters
Individual results and treatments needed may vary. Images: Courtesy of Pablo Sbano, MD.
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