The specific laser wavelength in the spectrum range 435nm-480nm shows a blue light. Due to the highest absorption efficiency (10X~100X) of the chromophore in the soft tissue, this new wave-length demonstrates a better cutting performance even with very low power than the traditional infrared laser (810nm/980nm). It makes the soft-tissue surgery more consistent, more precise and faster.
All infrared laser (i.e. 810/980nm) can’t avoid the procedure of activating the fiber tip at the first step, however, benefited from the extraordinary absorption rate of blue wavelength in hemoglobin, tissue absorbs the energy at a non-contact mode. It is the 450nm blue wave itself who directly interacts with the tissue, rather than the heat effect delivered through the activted fiber tip, this new blue wavelength represents an innovative extension to the already established diode laser systems, redefining what truly diode laser is.
Vascular removal is the treatment of an individual dialated capillary using laser energy to target the blood supply within the vessel. The heat from the laser can collapse the capillary wall causing the vessel to shut down on itself. This will then be treated as useless to the body and will be taken away via the lympatic system.