Xanthelasma laser treatment is unsafe in the wrong hand and isn’t a prescribed treatment for Xanthelasma, regardless of whether you are a doctor or surgeon. The conceivable Xanthelasma treatment uses the same ideas from electrolysis in respects of cell searing, however, its ruinous nature will likewise detonate encompassing cell dividers.
A ND-yag Q-switch laser will conceivably bypass the decimation of the best layer of skin because of it being set inside the parameters of a similar light recurrence of your skin, yet due to the most slender of the eyelid and the brutality of the treatment, the best layer of skin normally experiences presentation and in this way hazards disease. The vitality of the laser shots demolishes anything in its way on a cell level. Terminating a laser went for your Xanthelasma, which most occasions, has the back of your eye in its way, is never a smart thought.
Laser removal has been utilized to convey focused on treatment in the treatment of xanthelasma. The component of activity is proposed to incorporate destruction of perivascular foam cells by means of warm vitality harm and coagulation of dermal vessels prompting blockage of further lipid spillage into tissue, subsequently avoiding the repeat.
The use of a variety of lasers have been described in the literature, including carbon dioxide (CO2), argon, erbium (Er), and pulsed dye lasers. The CO2, neodymium-doped yttrium argon garnet (Nd:YAG), Er:YAG, and 1450-nm diode lasers all use the longer wavelength of light absorbed best by cellular water, thus allowing their use in removal of epidermal lesions. Argon and pulse dye lasers, on the other hand, use shorter wavelengths of light, preferentially absorbed by hemoglobin, and therefore are primarily used for vascular lesions.
So is Xanthelasma treatment with a laser a good idea?
ND yag q-switch lasers are used to cut metal, so your eyelid and plaque thickness has no real stopping power over the laser. You could use an eyeball cup, where a piece of titanium in the shape of your eye fits over your eyeball. The issues with this way of doing things would be that the laser beam has the possible ability to ricochet behind the eye. The laser causes explosions in the cellular wall, but most of its penetrating power aims downwards through your eyelid. The cellular closing (to turn into cash) is a recipe for Xanthelasma regrowth, your skin changing colours and there is (possibility of/possible happening of) a lot of scarring. This way of doing things for Xanthelasma removal is not a recommendation for a safe treatment. Lasers and eyes should never mix.
A Ruby laser or ND-yag Q-switch laser would be the only applicable laser to use. Both lasers are incredibly dangerous in the wrong hands. A Ruby laser would atomize the top layer of skin and continue to burn the Xanthelasma