Accolade Pigmented Lesion and Tattoo Removal Workstation
Still being manufactured: Yes
Description: The Accolade™ is a high-powered, Q-switched Alexandrite laser that provides fast treatment for removing benign epidermal and dermal pigmented lesions, such as freckles, Acquired Dermal Melanocytosis, Nevus of Ota and multicolored tattoos. A fiber delivered high-powered Q-switched pulse is available through a variety of spot sizes; small spot sizes for high fluence treatment of dermal pigmented lesions and tattoos, medium spot sizes for efficient treatment of tattoos and epidermal pigmented lesions and large spot sizes for low fluence treatments for larger areas of the skin with pigmentation.
The Pigmented Lesion and Tattoo Laser You Need.
With a high-powered Q-switched Alexandrite laser, the Accolade is ideal for treating a full spectrum of benign pigmented lesions — from solar lentigines, Acquired Dermal Melanocytosis, Nevus of Ota and Nevus of Ito to the common freckle. Acquired Dermal Melanocytosis is typically found in most people with bilateral grey-brown skin blemishes and develops after the age of twenty. The Accolade also treats black, blue, brown and, unlike other lasers, green tattoos.
Faster treatments, excellent clearance. The Accolade’s various spot sizes, coupled with high repetition rates, allow for fast lesion and tattoo treatment. Efficient and consistent.
- High powered Q-switched Alexandrite laser
- Flexible fiber delivery system for ease of use
- Homogenous beam profile for uniform and consistent delivery of energy
- Accurate aiming beam – treatment is delivered in exact location
- Mild treatment to maximize patient comfort
- Nanosecond technology to maximize photo-disruptive effect
More energy, less side effects.
State-of-the-art technology allows for delivery of a more clearly defined, homogenous beam profile with specificity for melanin and tattoo pigments — limiting side effects to surrounding tissue.
- Multicolored Tattoos
- Benign Epidermal and Dermal Pigmented Lesions
- Acquired Dermal Melanocytosis