PiQo4 brings unique technology
with combination of unsurpassed advantages
Pico + Nano
First, the Nanosecond pulses are used to deliver short bursts of energy that break down the larger and deeper pigment or ink particles. Then, the area is rescanned with Picosecond pulses that dismantle the smaller and shallower particles. This combination yields far better results than using either one of the technologies on its own.
The high energy levels of PiQo4 allow pigment/tattoo removal with fewer treatments compared with other competing laser systems. They can be set as either Nano or Pico, for dual pulse treatments.
With PiQo4, your customers will appreciate the faster treatment results with shorter treatment sessions. PiQo4’s larger spot sizes allow deeper penetration into the dermis and better dispersal of the pigment or embedded ink particles.
Each pigment color absorbs a specific wavelength – PiQo4 offers 4 wavelengths in order to treat the broadest range of pigment/tattoo colors, on the widest range of skin types. Its four wavelengths – 1064nm, 532nm, 650nm and 585nm – target the most frequently used tattoo colors ranging from light orange to dark black.
Let’s talk results!
PiQo4 Testimonial by Dr. Carolina Vera
Dr. Vera talks about her experience with the PiQo4 – a pigment superstation unmatched in versatility – one platform for multiple procedures for all skin types.
PiQo4 Testimonial by Dr. Joseph Crawford
Dr. Crawford speaks of the benefits in using PiQo4 and the wide variety of conditions it can treat, expanding its use in the clinic to a daily basis.
PiQo4 Testimonial by Dr. Ricardo Mejia
Dr. Mejia tells about his experience with PiQo4 and the treatment with PicoFractional – Minimal Down time to the patient.
A picosecond is one trillionth of a second!
A picosecond laser emits optical pulses with extremely short duration of between 1 picosecond and some tens of picoseconds. The nature of picosecond lasers allows for absorption of wave pulses that generate a brief and precise photo-thermal effect within the targeted area – alongside ultra-structural and intrinsic chemical modifications in association with rapid changes involume. This is also called photo-acoustic effect, for the popping sound it creates. By passing these waves through the skin in the area of the tattoo or pigmentation, the laser breaks the ink particles – leading to chemical and structural changes in the skin, thus allowing the particles to fracture, and be disposed by our own body’s lymphatic system.
Nano + Pico for Doubly Effective Treatment
The combination different laser pulse durations provide an optimal method for shattering all sizes of pigment particles