- Pigment and Vascular Lesions
- Acne Scars
- Tattoo Removal
- Pigmented and vascular lesions
THE NEXT LEVEL IN TREATMENT VERSATILITY
LUTRONIC’s Dual-pulsed Q-switched Nd: YAG SPECTRA™ laser has been engineered to meet the growing demands of a busy clinic, and includes a variety of efficacious treatment options, customizable parameters, built-in safety, minimized downtimes, all at an affordable price.
MULTIPLE LASER MODES AND POWER SETTINGS - MAXIMIZE TREATMENT OPTIONS
With four distinct Q-switched mode wavelengths - 1064 nm, 532 nm, 585 nm, 650 nm, the robust Spectra has the versatility to provide your practice with a wide range of clinical options for treating your patients. Lutronic continually expands its treatment applications and the Spectra is the first Q-switched Nd:YAG laser cleared for the treatment of melasma. The technically advanced Spectra system offers an edge over other lasers and provides enhanced clinical outcomes.
EASE OF USE AND PEACE OF MIND
The Spectra was built with the physician in mind and includes a user-friendly GUI, user programmable buttons for personal parameters, auto-detected handpieces an adjustable aiming beam. It even helps ensure that it stays up and running with its built-in auto-calibration and self-restoration functions.
BEHIND THE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
The robust Spectra has a long list of features that ensure it is a cut above the rest.
- Multiple treatment options
- Uniform beam profile
- 4 wavelengths
- Auto-calibration and self-restoration
- Programmable memory buttons
- Aiming beam
- Multiple handpieces
- Spectra mode
THE POWER YOU NEED, THERMAL DAMAGE YOU DON’T
Engineered for performance, the Spectra’s beam profile and power options ensure that the energy is delivered efficiently to maximize effect while minimizing damage to surrounding tissue.
Uniform Top Hat Beam Profile
SPECTRA’s combination of high peak power and short pulse width delivers efficient destruction of the target pigment with minimal collateral thermal damage, meeting the criteria of selective photothermolysis.