Waterlase Fractional Handpiece
WATERLASE TECHNOLOGY FOR DERMATOLOGY & AESTHETICS
Skin Resurfacing, Wrinkle Treatment, and Scar Revision Made Easy.
The Waterlase Fractional Handpiece by BIOLASE utilises the advanced Er,Cr:YSGG laser and water atomisation, resulting in faster healing and recovery time.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Diffractive, micro optics lens array
Up to 9W of Power
Fits comfortably and ergonomically in either hand
Safe, in-demand treatment
Quick treatment time for patient and staff
No anesthesia or gels required for most procedures
Great results on ageing skin, including mild to moderate wrinkles
Single-use disposable applicators for patient safety
Using water, air and laser energy this latest technology laser offers a highly precise exceptionally gentle soft tissue laser which is very effective on aging skin and can also be used to replace traditional dentistry techniques for a virtually pain free dental experience!
Cases by Dr Mario Trelles
Dr Mario Trelles is a seasoned, highly recognised general surgeon and plastic aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon. He is president of the European Society Laser Aesthetic Surgery (ESLAS), the Spanish Laser Society (SELMQ) and the European Laser Association (ELA). He is also a board member of the Laser Aesthetic Society of Cosmetic Surgeons (US).
On the academic front Dr. Trelles is a professor at the University Catolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome for postgraduate diplomas in Lasers in Dermatology, a visiting professor at the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic, and the director of Master programmes on Lasers in Medicine, College of Physicians, Barcelona, Spain.
Dr Trelles is the author of over 250 peer review articles, various books and numerous textbook chapters. He is also the international editor of the Dermatological Surgery Journal in the US. Additionally, Dr Trelles is the president of the board of trustees for the Foundation Antoni de Gimbernat, a non-profit organisation dedicated to research in medicine and is the director of the Instituto Medico Vilafortuny, Cambrils, Tarragona, Spain, a reference centre for academics in lasers in the European community.