New Paper – click here I just had a new paper published in the journal ‘Lasers in Medical Science’. It discusses the amount of back-scatter light emanating from the skin during laser treatments. It is much higher than we had previously thought. This comes from new Monte Carlo modeling which found that back-scattering is much… Continue reading New paper – my musings on back-scattered laser light from tattoo treatments
I finally managed to list all my publications – medical/laser journals and trade magazines – into one place – My Publications. Feel free to read through and send me comments, questions, arguments etc. I like a good ‘chat’ about this sort of stuff. I am currently working on a number of new reports into… Continue reading All my publications, so far…
As of now I have a new website covering my LPA stuff – laserprotection.net. It also lists all my publications to date – My Publications. Please visit if you are interested in having your laser/IPL facilities checked for compliance etc. If you need any advice on your laser/IPL equipment please let me know. Mike.
Using IPLs on vascular and pigmented lesions can be very successful when the correct parameters are used. My theoretical research clearly shows that longer pulses are ‘better’ than shorter ones, when dealing with small and large targets. In order to test this I submitted my lovely wife to a series of treatments on her angiomas… Continue reading My ‘Hole in a Stick’ technique…
I have just built a new website for my training stuff – at dermalase-training.com. Go and have a wee look around please. Let me know any comments you may have… Cheers, Mike.
I’ve just been confirmed for two talks at this year’s British Medical Laser Association meeting in London in May. I’ll be presenting OP18 and OP20 on Friday May 10th, 2019 at 8.15am and 8.45am respectively, in the Endeavour Room. 1st Presentation – OP18 The first presentation is entitled “Laser Tattoo Removal – a deeper analysis… Continue reading British Medical Laser Association annual meeting 2019 – My talks
A simple mistake…. I’ve just been contacted by a lady with eye problems. She couldn’t find her usual laser safety glasses and was about to treat some nail fungus So she used her IPL glasses “because they offered protection between 200 and 2000nm”. She used a QS laser at 1064nm followed by a second… Continue reading Eye safety!!