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Synchro QS4


Product Description

Where DEKA makes the difference

The tattoos trend is gaining in popularity (especially in western countries) among adolescents and young adults. But the request for tattoo removal has increased regularly in recent years, becoming a relevant medical problem. The reasons are social and linked to the need to identity affirmation, reason that can change during the growing up.
In the past, various methods have been attempted, but are associated with high scarring risk and unsatisfactory results. The advent of Q-switched lasers has made tattoo removal easier and with great success, becoming today, the best solution for treating any kind of tattoo (professionals, amateur, cosmetic and traumatic). Q-switched laser is also successfully used in treating benign pigmented lesions (ageing spot, freckles, Ota’s Nevus, Ito or Hori’s Nevus).


Multicolored Tattoos Removal
Dermal and EpidermalBenign Pigmented Lesions


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“My patients are now asking for safety and non invasive treatment and DEKA has moved in this direction.
DEKA SYNCHRO QS4 can achieve excellent results with negligible risk for the patient. Thanks to the 4 different wavelengths in one system I can choose whichever wavelength is more efficient for treating all commonly used pigment colors. The multiple spot dimensions allow the removal of deep and complex tattoos thanks to the homogeneity of the pulse. Synchro QS4 allows to successfully treat complex cases without the formation of hypopigmentation or atrophic tissue.
Each person reacts differently to the treatment due to different factors influencing its effectiveness: age, skin type, habits, where is situated the tattoo, and also the quantity of color, the possibility of stratification, the chemical composition and its depth. It is fundamental to have a laser tattoo removal system that gives you great option flexibility in total safety. The effective final result is the natural consequence of these perfect conditions.”

Prof. Giovanni Cannarozzo, M.D.
Lasers in Dermatology,
University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Italy