The Milesman Advantage
- System Specifications
- Uses of the Laser
- Before and After Photographs
- 360° Animations
- Laser Control Panel
- Remote Control of the Device
The device is made up of two parts: the laser unit and the cooling unit.
|This is the desktop device which houses the laser tip, all the electronics that control it and the screen with which users interact to set the working parameters.|
The device requires a refrigeration unit in order to operate, which cools the tip and the diodes.
|COMPACT COOLING STAND|
|The entire unit cannot be disassembled and holds the laser|
|Laser Type||AlGaAs Diodes|
|Wave Length||810 nm|
|Repetition Rate||Up to 3 Hz* (models vary)|
|Spot Size||10 x 10 mm - 0.39 x 0.39 in|
|Laser Aperture||9 x 9 mm - 0.35 x 0.35 in|
|Pulse width||5–400 ms|
|Electrical||100–120 VAC, 12 A,|
|200–240 VAC, 6 A|
|Weight and Sizes|
|Laser Dimension (WxDxH)||456mm x 537mm x 318 mm|
|Laser Weight||25 Kgs - 55 lbs|
|Size of the compact refrigeration unit||See below|
|Weight of the compact refrigeration unit||38 kg.|
The Milesman Premium laser is primarily used to ELIMINATE UNWANTED HAIR achieving hair removal with all kinds of skin, including tanned and dark skins.
The Milesman Premium diode laser is also indicated for use in other dermatological procedures, including:
- The treatment of vascular lesions , such as angiomas, hemangiomas, telangiectasias and other benign vascular lesions
- The treatment of benign pigmented lesions
- The treatment of pseudofolliculitis barbae and hirsutism
|Area Shaven Before Laser Hair Removal||Same Area After Three Sessions with Milesman|
The photographs were taken using the epiluminescence method.
Traditional before and after photos are often shown, but it is difficult to determine whether or not the laser has been effective just by looking at them because a hairless area may simply have been shaven.
In photographs taken with epiluminescence, a camera with an enlargement lens and circular lighting is used. The camera is placed directly on the skin and the light is directed uniformly around the area.
When the light touches the epidermis, it is dispersed and the hair is illuminated from above through reflections of the rays of light.
In this way, it is possible to see the hair follicles even when they are not on the surface of the skin.
This technique is an objective way to determine the amount and density of hair after each laser session.