MaxGはPalomar特許のDynamic Spectrum Shiftingテクノロジーを用い、より大きく、深い血管に対し有効です。大きい血管の直径を均等に熱することができます。


The Benefits of MaxG

MaxGのDynamic Spectrum Shiftingによってヘモグロビンの吸収ピークを選択的にターゲットし、熱することで有効的に血管を除去できます。

MaxGのDynamic Spectrum Shiftingは長いパルス幅で近赤外線の凝縮を増加させ、血管の直径を均等に熱することができます。

  • どのパルス幅を選択してもエネルギーが高い
  • ピークパワーが高く、小さい血管でも治療可能
  • 高フルエンスで大きく不応性の血管も治療可能



Events & Media

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Clinical Data

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Vascular Lesions & Skin Renewal

  1. Shek S, P.Y. Chan N, C.Y. Chan J, H.L. Chan H. 2012. The Efficacy of a Dual Filter Handpiece (500-670nm and 870-1200 nm) of an Intense Pulse Light Device for the Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. (Abstract)
  2. Adatto M, Friedman D. 2012. Clearance of Port Wine Stains Following Optimized Pulsed Light Treatments. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. (Abstract)
  3. Tanghetti E MD. 2012. Split-face Randomized Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia Comparing Pulsed Dye Laser and an Intense Pulsed Light Handpiece. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. (Abstract)
  4. Weiss R, Ross V, Tanghetti E, Vasily D, Childs J, Smirnov M, Altshuler G. 2011. Characterization of an Optimized Light Source and Comparison to Pulsed Dye Laser for Superficial and Deep Vessel Clearance. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine.(Abstract)
  5. Ross V, Tanghetti E, Vasily D, Weiss R, Childs J, Erofeev A, Smirnov M, Altshuler, G. 2010. New Optimized Light Source for Treatment of Vascular Lesions of the Skin. PMTI.
  6. Childs J., Erofeev A., Smirnov M., Altshuler G. 2010. Optimum Spectrum and Pulse Shape for Vascular Lesion Treatment: The Science Behind MaxG. PMTI.
  7. McMeekin T, Lertzman B, Hahn H, Arcara K. 2008. Randomized Study of Intense Pulsed Light and Pulsed Dye Laser in The Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. (Abstract)
  8. Miranda C., Narurkar V. 2006. Comparison of StarLux LuxG with Long Pulsed PDL, Long Pulsed KTP, and Traditional IPL for Treatment of Telangiectasias. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 70. (Abstract)
  9. Kim K., Berenstein L., Chapas A., Geronemus R. 2006. Comparison Treatments for Vascular Lesions with the Vbeam® and the StarLux IPL. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 242. (Abstract)
  10. Astner S, Wolmers S, Tsao S. 2005. Increased Efficacy in Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia and Rosacea Utilizing StarLux IPL Technology with Variable Pulsewidth and Fluence. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine.105. (Abstract)
  11. Ross E.V. 2005. Split Treatment of Photodamaged Skin with KTP 532nm Laser with 10mm Handpiece Versus IPL: A Cheek-to-Cheek Comparison. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. Vol. 9999:1–5.
  12. Klingman D.E, Zhen Y. 2004. Intense Pulsed Light Treatment of Photoaged Facial Skin. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Inc. Vol. 30: 1085–1090.

Case Studies

  1.  PL G Series Case Study for Treatment of Postoperative Bruising, 2/5/2013
  2. MaxG Case Study Post Injectable Bruising from Dermal Fillers, 2/5/2013
  3. MaxG Case Study: Facial Telangiectasia David Vasily, MD, 9/23/2011
  4. MaxG Case Study – Port Wine Stains, Maurice Adatto, MD, 8/12/2011
  5. StarLux Case Study: Treatment of Vascular Lesions – Max G vs. Vbeam Pulsed Dye Laser
    Arndt, Kenneth, 9/22/2010
  6. StarLux Case Study: Facial Telangiectasias, Alibhai, Haneef, 3/16/2010
  7.  StarLux Case Study: Facial Telangiectasia (1), Tanghetti, Emil, 6/10/2010
  8. StarLux Case Study: Facial Telangiectasia (2), Tanghetti, Emil, 6/10/2010
  9. StarLux Case Study: Actinic Bronzing, VanDam, David, 4/21/2009
  10. StarLux Case Study: Solar Lentigines and Actinic Bronzing, Alibhai, Haneef, 4/21/2009