The Best Technologies Brought to Light
Stable Nanosecond Pulse Duration
BELLUS-Q maintains a stable pulse duration within the range of 5 to 10 nanoseconds while ensuring a superior beam profile. This ensures that users can depend on the device to administer accurate and reliable laser treatment with minimal side effects.
Multiple Pulse Modes
The BELLUS-Q’s multiple pulse modes are made of a series of successive short pulses, which still deliver the same amount of accumulated total energy to the target tissue as a single pulse.
These multiple pulse modes are as effective as the single pulse mode in the treatment of skin conditions such as melasma. Moreover, the multiple pulse modes offer several advantages over the single pulse mode, including less pain, less skin erythema, and fewer side effects. This makes the multiple pulse modes safer and superior options for many patients.
PTP (Photoacoustic Twin Mode) Mode
6 Pulse Mode
BELLUS-Q incorporates Power Factor Correction (PFC), which helps to maintain a stable output of energy.
As a result of the PFC feature, BELLUS-Q is able to deliver consistent energy output during operation.
Auto-adjusted Guide Beam
The BELLUS-Q device incorporates an automatic adjustment system that precisely aligns the aiming beam emitted by the handpiece with the size of the laser beam that has been selected by the user.
BELLUS-Q offers optimized treatment options with a range of handpieces. Depending on the location, color, or conditions of the skin lesions, users can select the most suitable handpiece to achieve the intended clinical results. This flexibility allows for customized treatment options and better outcomes for patients.
Zoom Handpiece (1064 & 532 nm)
Collimated Handpiece (1064 & 532 nm)
MLA Handpiece (1064 & 532 nm)
Harmonization of Core Components
The core components have been standardized, ensuring harmonization across the board. This means that all of the essential components sophisticated designed with in-house technologies have been made uniform to guarantee consistency and compatibility throughout the system.
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