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Photodynamic therapy is used in ophthalmology, oncology, and dermatology. Light treatment is advantageous for a patient due to the noninvasive or minimally invasive methods used. It leads to faster healing and recovery than other methods.
If certain wavelengths are required for treatment, we rely on the light of a monochromatic laser.
So-called intense pulsed light (IPL) lamps are used in dermatology.
In addition to skin regeneration, fractional laser technology is also used to treat skin pigmentations and improve the surface structure of the skin.
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