The Nd YAG laser is a high-tech laser treatment system that has multiple uses. It is known for its rapid treatment process and is effective for a variety of skin types.

Treatment of tattoo removal and dermal pigmentations

Now, there is no such thing as a permanent tattoo. The 1064nm wavelength can selectively destroy the endogenous melanin found in the dermis and exogenous pigments as in tattoo removal. However, multiple treatment sessions are necessary to completely eradicate the appearance of the tattoo and to achieve expected results.

Treatment of carbon peel for skin rejuvenation

This Non Ablative Laser Rejuvenation (NALR) uses a laser resurfacing procedure for enhancing the skin's radiance and promoting a smooth, glowing complexion. The Carbon Laser Peel treatment helps to reduce imperfections and is perfect for skin exfoliation while stimulating collagen growth. It also improves skin texture and restores radiance by optimizing the health of your skin

Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser

It is recommended for treatment of the following:

  • Enlarged and open pores
  • Appearance of blackheads and/or whiteheads
  • Stimulates collagen growth and reduces fine lines
  • Acne, scars and post acne discoloration
  • Skin pigmentation


Laser treatment varies depending on the size and extent of the lesion being treated. Generally, about 30 minutes.

Pain during Nd YAG laser treatment is effectively minimized by the use of a topical anaesthetic. However, small age spots and rejuvenation may not require a local anaesthetic. Despite the use of a topical anaesthetic, patients still may experience some discomfort similar to mild prickling of the skin.

As the results are progressive, multiple treatments are usually needed. Deeper pigmentation and tattoo removal usually require multiple laser treatments before significant improvement is seen where as superficial pigmentation require less treatment sessions.

Yes, the Nd YAG laser works on almost all skin types including tanned or darker skin tones.


Depending on your skin’s natural healing process and the intensity of the treatment, each patient’s recovery period varies. Generally, immediately after treatment, you will observe a certain degree of redness and swelling that may take a few days to subside. However, some patients do not experience any downtime at all.

The potential side effects include redness, mild swelling, blistering and temporary crusting.

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