Common Challenges We Solve
Medical research continues to grow in complexity, and using non-invasive tools to characterize experimental results has become increasingly important. Lasers can be used for novel surgical procedures, or tracking and viewing the progress of pharmaceutical development.
- Our wavelength enables hemostatic incisions to improve healing times
- Our lasers can be centered from 9.3µm to 9.6µm to match the peak absorption coefficient of hydroxyapatite, the main mineral constituent in enamel, dentin and bone
- New bio-absorbable materials being developed require careful fabrication, which our wavelength-matched light sources enable
- Non-invasive diagnostics for early detection of cancers saves lives, and our lasers provide the signal strength necessary for high confidence results