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Ceralas D 980nm Diode Laser

Description:... biolitecs ceralas D 980 nm diode laser provides controlled tissue ab...ical procedures. Unlike other medical lasers, the ceralas D cuts optically without collateral tissue damage or charring. The ceralas D laser coagulates blood instantly and seals small...
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Ceralas G5 Diode-Pumped Nd:YAG Laser

Description:... The ceralas G Series of 532 nm lasers are distinguished from a...reatments for vascular and pigmented lesions. The ceralas G5 has several useful applications in Dermatology,... Requiring no special maintenance or cooling, the ceralas G5 features undelayed optical power delivery from ...
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SmilePro 980 diode laser

Description:... biolitecs 980nm Diode Laser Series, including the ceralas D and SmilePro 980 Lasers, are ideal for soft-tissue applications in medical, dental, and veterinary environments. With unsurpassed, optimal abso...
Company:biolitec, Inc.

Ceralas D15/810 10-Watt 810 nm Diode Laser

Description:... biolitecs sophisticated ceralas D15/810 diode laser is a versatile and durable sys...xcellent hemostatic and ablative capabilities, the ceralas D15/810 features a flexible fiber optic delivery s...dry environments alike. Compact and portable, the ceralas D15/810 is a 15-watt unit that requires no special...
Company:biolitec, Inc.

SmilePro 980

Description:... biolitecs 980nm Diode Laser Series, including the ceralas D and SmilePro 980 Lasers, are ideal for soft-tissue applications in medical, dental, and veterinary environments. With unsurpassed, optimal absorpti...
Company:biolitec, Inc.

Ceralas D

Description:... biolitecs ceralas D 980 nm diode laser provides controlled tissue ab...ical procedures. Unlike other medical lasers, the ceralas D cuts optically without collateral tissue damage or charring. The ceralas D laser coagulates blood instantly and seals small...
Company:biolitec, Inc.
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