CO₂ fractional laser procedure designed
to prepare the skin for follicular transplant
Thanks to its thirty years of experience in dermatology and surgery, and year-round research into innovative procedures that improve the work of professionals and the lives of the patients, DEKA has developed the new Tricoscan™: the CO₂ fractional laser scanning system that assist the trichologist in their delicate and long operations.
How it works
The Tricoscan™ fractional scanning system with laser-assistance greatly simplifies the implant stage, increasing the speed of the procedure with less effort by the surgeon. The CO₂ laser removes varying depths of dermal-epidermal tissue, facilitating bulb insertion via the implanter. At the same time, the underlying tissue remains unaltered, thus ensuring the correct transplantation of the new bulb. The superficial micro-hole that is produced by Tricoscan™ scanning facilitates hair bulb transplantation, requiring lower pressure by the surgeon and drastically reducing needle deterioration. Furthermore, the lower pressure needed for transplantation reduces scalp distortion and tightness due to insertion of the implanter. Using Tricoscan™ produces superficial fractional ablation which limits this distortion and enables much quicker, consecutive and linear transplantation.