- Posted May 23, 2014 by
The Evolution of the Laser
In the medical and cosmetic fields, lasers allow medical professionals to make precise movements and incisions when operating. Surgeons often use lasers to cut out cancerous cells with a precision that traditional tools cannot offer and cosmetic surgeons use lasers to remove tattoos, hair, spider veins, skin discoloration and scarring. These advances in technology contribute to the increasing popularity of cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists across the nation are implementing laser-based operating machines as they are more effective and less invasive compared to traditional means. Lasers can also provide stress and pain relief. Lasers that emit low levels of radiation, also known as cool lasers, are used to treat joint pain, back pain, arthritis, and other bone and joint issues. This introduction of laser technology peaked public curiosity and continues to pave way for experimentation with new procedures.
“It is amazing to think that all of the amazing advantages of a procedure like this one are possible only because of the widespread accessibility of laser technology,” said Samuel Lehrer, CEO of MedLaser Depot. “That’s why it is so important to keep lasers affordable to medical providers all over the country.”
Sam Lehrer and MedLaser Depot simplify the medical equipment business with repair and replacement services. The company keeps complaints and costs low for clients and laser efficiency up by buying, selling, refurbishing and repairing its technology. MetLaser Depot reviews its equipment before acquisition, typically from repossession firms, banks and end users. Every piece of refurbished equipment meets certification standards and is extensively tested to ensure its safety and functionality. MedLaser Depot offers a plethora of major laser brands including Reliant, Lumenis, Syneron, and Cutera.