Antera 3D is not a laser; it is a photographic device that elaborates three-dimensional images of the skin. It does this by emitting a wide range of visible spectrum wavelengths (colours) and then recording how these return to the sensor positioned at the back of the camera. The intensity, refraction and reflection of all these colours enable the built-in software to analyse the surface of the skin, both for haemoglobin content and melanin content. This sophisticated imaging device is also able to measure even the tiniest variations in skin surface (lines, wrinkles, depressions, scars etc). It is therefore extremely useful in quantifying results obtained after treatment, and the colorimetric manifestation of rarer skin defects. The operator can obtain information about skin characteristics that are invisible (or poorly visible) to the naked eye, enabling treatments to be much more focused and specific.
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