Q-Switch Technology Multiple treatments, various skin types, reliable technology. Tattoo, Melasma, Acne Scar, Wrinkle Reduction, Stretchmarks, The Q switch is a multi-wavelength system which provides the consistent results that practitioners worldwide depend on and trust.

The Q Switch provides a flat-top beam profile, producing consistent results with few complications and reliable treatments time after time. This homogeneous beam delivery energy spreads evenly over the skin’s surface, minimizing epidermal injury and increasing patient satisfaction. Removes tattoos, treats pigmentary conditions, and reduces acne scarring and wrinkles.

The Q-Switched laser produces 2 wavelengths, one in the infrared range that penetrates deeply into the skin without injuring the top layer of skin and a second beam of that is useful for superficial skin lesions. Q-switching refers to the technique of making the laser produce a high intensity beam in very short pulses.

The laser can be used to rejuvenate many areas of the body including the face, neck, chest, and back.

Treatment Conditions:

  • Sun damaged skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Pigment
  • Nevus of Ota
  • Café-au-lait lesions
  • Solar lentigines
  • Uneven skin tone and texture
  • Enlarged pores
  • Melasma

Q-Switch Laser Benefits:

  • Removes brown age and liver spots (lentigines)
  • Removes freckles
  • Removes brown birthmarks and Nevus of Ota
  • Minimize fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Stimulates new collagen synthesis to improve skin tone
  • Safe for all skin colors and types


The high-speed light energy is released in a series of very fast (nanosecond) pulses, which microscopically vibrate and shatter the pigment into tiny particles deep within the skin. These particles are then naturally reabsorbed and disposed of by the body.

The Q-Switch laser’s energy also targets the building blocks of healthy skin, stimulating new collagen growth to replenish the collagen we lose as we age.

For more aggressive treatment of advanced photodamage, a physician can change the settings of the Q-Switch laser. After this one-time procedure, the skin will appear slightly red, like sunburn, for a few days.

This more advanced treatment is appropriate for patients with light to medium skin tones and significant photodamage including large brown “sun spots,” an increased number of moderate wrinkles, and a ‘leathery’ texture.

The laser can also be used to treat deeper pigment problems, including melasma.

Pico Lazer, Tattoo Removal

The Pico laser uses ultra-short pulses that diffuse ink particles with high pressure. As a result, the ink breaks into small dust particles. After they are broken down, these particles are easily absorbed and eliminated by the body. The results are better removal of the tattoo and fewer procedures to completely remove it. According to the specialists the Pico laser is the most preferred method of removing tattoos. It can be effective for all types of skin. The procedure takes about 10-15 minutes per session, depending on the size of the processed area. Each intervention is associated with slight discomfort, no greater than the pain of getting the tattoo in the first place. The recommended period between the different procedures is 2 to 8 weeks, but this depends on the person.