Laser Glasses for Candela VBeam
This entry was posted on October 23, 2013, by Kieran Hunt.
Need safety glasses for your Candela V-Beam laser?
Candela VBeam and Laser Safety Glasses
Laser glasses for Candela VBeam lasers protect from 570-597nm, from 735-755nm, and from 795-810nm. They’re used in all the applications you’d expect Candela’s V-Beam laser to be used in, particularly in cosmetic laser operations and work with vascular lesions.
Candela V-Beam is also used for redness, birthmarks, veins, wrinkle reduction, and other cosmetic removals on the face and other parts of the body. It is a popular laser which utilizes a pulsed dye beam.
If you need laser glasses for Candela VBeam, here’s what you should know:
- Laser glasses for Candela VBeam protect from 570-597nm, 735-755nm, and 795-810nm laser beams, at various optical densities.
- Candela’s V-Beam laser uses a pulsed dye laser to remove cosmetic skin defects.
- Most common operations that require laser glasses for Candela VBeam are all the operations VBeam is used for: vein removal, wrinkle reduction, birthmark removal, redness removal, and roscea work.
- Laser glasses for Candela VBeam are an essential part of many laser spas and medical departments which utilize lasers.
- Laser glasses for Candela VBeam offer a stunning 71% Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and several frame options to ensure comfort and usability no matter the length or complexity of your work.
Laser glasses for Candela VBeam are essential to the safe operation of the laser for both operators and any others who are present during use.
If you’re working with a Candela V-Beam laser, you’ll want to get a pair of laser glasses for your laser that is safe, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing. Yes, looking good in your laser glasses is important; patients tend to be much calmer and more comfortable around a medical professional wearing sleek, stylish eyewear than around professionals wearing clunky, intimidating goggles and fitovers.
If you have any questions about laser glasses for Candela VBeam or what’s right for your laser or application, please don’t hesitate to call us or leave a comment below.