DermaLase Medical Laser and IPL Training

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Mike's research interests...

New Research

Mike's background in research has not left him. He continues to investigate and try new ideas in both the clinical and theoretical aspects of laser/IPL/RF applications.

He collaborates with a number of groups across the world incllusing investigators in Sweden, USA and Spain.

Current research:

Mike is currently working in the following areas:

New laser tattoo techniques (including the glass slide method he devised in 2012)
New IPL clinical techniques to improve results
Theoretical analysis of the tissue denaturation processes
Pain relief using electrical impulses
Investigation of the laser-ink interaction in tattoos
Investigation of the effects of RF currents within the skin.

 

With a bit of luck, and some sweat, he hopes to publish more on this work in the near future.

Pit marks on a glass slide

   
   
       
   
       
Above are some microphotographs of tattoo fragments embedded in glass slides following laser treatment with a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. These images show that ink particles fly out of the tattoo at high speed.  
       

 

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