The German-engineered Quadrostar Pro Yellow Laser is another version of the commonly used Dual Yellow/Combination laser at some clinics. Due to its specific wavelength of 577nm, the Pro Yellow laser is suitable for vascular treatments such as vascular lesion removal and vascular laser for rosacea as well as epidermal pigmentation treatments such as depigmentation of the skin. It has been used to target both pigmentation and underlying vessels with good results.
We are genuinely interested in helping you improve your wellbeing and appearance, and will work with you to determine which treatment is best for you.
If you are interested but have some unanswered queries, feel free to get in touch with us at 9830 0597. A skin assessment will help determine what treatment will work best for you.
We recommend that you come by for a non obligatory consultation with Dr.Vicki to better understand how you can benefit from these treatments. However, if you do not have the time to spare, you may send us some photos and we will do our best to advise accordingly.
“The majority of visible unwanted skin spots, discolorations or redness (blood vessels), are rooted in a deeper vascular network of veins that extend beyond the treatable depth of traditional green (532nm) lasers. Not addressing these areas can result in recurrence and the inability to effectively treat deeper pigmented and vascular issues.”
The Pro Yellow laser, because of its ability to reduce vascular (blood vessels and redness) conditions, also helps to prevent pigmentation and prolong laser results after clearance of pigmentation.
Where possible, pigmentation problems should always be treated by a multi-modal approach. This means combining pigmentation solutions such as topical creams, medication, and different lasers for best results.
This is because most pigmentation problems involve different types of pigmentation and each is treated by different laser settings.
The Pro Yellow laser, with the 577nm wavelength, treats mainly epidermal pigmentation. Common epidermal pigmentation includes:
‘Glass skin’ is a term made popular by Korean doctors and celebrities.
It was coined ‘glass skin’ as the treatment achieves a glow that makes the skin look smooth and bright. The ProYellow laser is a treatment that is responsible for the ‘glass skin’ effect.
The ProYellow laser achieves the ‘glass skin’ effect by: