Which Laser is Used for Which Illness?
The red (660nm) lasers primarily affect skin to a depth of three centimetres, thus they boast a significant role in curing surface lesions, inflammation and pain, and are suitable for treating illnesses by lightening the nasal mucosa (e.g. allergies, rhinitis, etc.).
The Safe Laser (808nm) infrared laser light is absorbed into much deeper layers – and can also provide a biological effect in eight centimetres depths – so it can be used quite effectively for musculoskeletal disorders therapy in which it yields analgesic, anti-inflammatory results while accelerating the healing of muscles, tendons and joints.
At higher doses, it is suitable for articular cartilae and cartilage regeneration, as well.