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LP-YHP with Frame 33

Optical Density: 660nm OD>1
                              800 - 1095nm OD>5
LB-Rating: 660nm DIR LB1
                    800 - 1095nm DI LB5 + R LB5
Transmittance: 43%
Available for: 808nm, 980nm
Application: Dental lasers, Diodes
According: CE EN207
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Place of Origin:  Guangdong, China Brand Name: LaserPair
Model Number:  LP-YHP Laser Safety Glasses  

Protect Wavelength: 660nm & 800 - 1095nm

Material:  PC + Absorber material    
Transmittance:  43%       Available: 808nm,980nm 

Application: Dental lasers, Diodes

Optical Density:  660nm OD>1 

                               800 - 1095nm OD>5

LB-Rating:  660nm DIR LB1

                     800-1095nm DI LB5 + R LB5  

Certification:  CE EN207
Supply Ability

Supply Ability :  100000 Piece/Pieces per Month

Packaging & delivery

Selling Units: Single item  Single package size: 20X10X10 cm Single gross weight:0.500 kg
Package Type: 1PC/Leather Box, 100PCS/CTN, CTN Size: 71*39*43cm

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We engaged to offering High Quality, High Protection, and Cost-Effective Laser Safety Glasses for the workers at laser industry and laser medical treatment etc., We attended different exhibitions in Shanghai, HongKong, Dubai, Russia, Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.,

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The Unseen Risks of Laser Treatment That Demand Attention

Laser treatment has revolutionized the field of medicine, offering effective solutions for various conditions. From cosmetic procedures to medical treatments, lasers have become increasingly popular due to their precision and minimal invasiveness. However, beneath their seemingly flawless reputation lies a set of hidden dangers that cannot be ignored. In this article, we will explore the potential risks associated with laser treatments and shed light on the importance of informed decision-making.

  1. Skin Damage: While lasers are designed to target specific areas, they can inadvertently cause damage to surrounding tissues. The intensity of the laser beam, if not properly calibrated, can result in burns, scarring, or discoloration. It is crucial for both patients and practitioners to ensure that the laser settings are suitable for the individual's skin type and condition.

  2. Eye Injuries: Laser treatments near the facial area pose a significant risk to the eyes. Without proper eye protection, the laser beam can cause serious damage to the delicate structures of the eye, potentially leading to vision impairment or even blindness. Strict adherence to safety protocols, including the use of appropriate eye shields, is paramount to prevent such injuries.

  3. Infection: Laser treatments often involve breaking the skin's barrier, making patients susceptible to infections. Improper sterilization of laser equipment or inadequate post-treatment care can introduce harmful bacteria into the treated area, resulting in infections that can be difficult to treat. It is crucial for healthcare providers to maintain strict hygiene practices and for patients to follow post-treatment instructions diligently.

  4. Hyperpigmentation: Hyperpigmentation, or the darkening of the skin, is a common side effect of laser treatments. This occurs when the laser disrupts the natural melanin production process, leading to uneven skin tone. While most cases of hyperpigmentation are temporary, some individuals may experience long-term or permanent discoloration. Understanding the potential risks and discussing them with a qualified professional can help manage expectations and minimize this risk.

  5. Hypopigmentation: On the opposite end of the spectrum, laser treatments can also cause hypopigmentation, a condition characterized by the lightening of the skin. This occurs when the laser damages the cells responsible for producing melanin. Similar to hyperpigmentation, the severity and duration of hypopigmentation can vary. Patients should be aware of this potential risk and discuss it with their healthcare provider before undergoing any laser treatment.

Conclusion: Laser treatments offer remarkable benefits, but it is crucial to acknowledge and address the hidden dangers associated with them. Patients must be well-informed about the potential risks and engage in open discussions with qualified professionals before proceeding with any laser treatment. By understanding the importance of proper calibration, safety protocols, and post-treatment care, individuals can minimize the risks and make informed decisions about their well-being. Remember, knowledge is power when it comes to laser treatments, so never underestimate the importance of being aware of the hidden dangers that lie beneath their surface.

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Now our products line including Laser Safety Glasses, IPL Safety Goggles, Laser Safety Window, Sodium Light Glasses etc., We walk on the leading edge of laser safety and keep researching and developing always, and we are the First Chinese company obtain CE certification by the EU National Laboratory with EN207.

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