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Professor Firas Al-Niaimi, an esteemed figure in laser and clinical dermatology, hosted an intensive two-day advanced clinical training in the captivating city of Riga, Latvia. The event brought together approximately 15 of Latvia's foremost dermatologists for an immersive learning experience centered around advanced protocols and combination treatments.

The first day of the program was dedicated to exploring the capabilities of Candela's Nordlys® laser system. Nordlys is a versatile multi-application platform incorporating four cutting-edge technologies: SWT® IPL, Frax 1550™, Frax 1940™, and Nd:YAG 1064 nm. With an impressive repertoire of 24 indications for use, Nordlys offers high return on investment through fractional non-ablative resurfacing and the flexibility to add handpieces for expanded treatment options.

On the second day, the focus shifted to Picoway, a true 4-wavelength picosecond platform designed for addressing benign pigmented lesions, multicolor tattoos, acne scars, and wrinkle reduction. With its high peak power and ultra-short pulse durations, Picoway delivers a photoacoustic effect to rejuvenate the skin with minimal downtime. The device supports Resolve™ and Resolve Fusion™ diffractive handpieces, providing practitioners with maximum treatment flexibility.

Both Nordlys and Picoway exemplify Candela's commitment to scientific advancement, delivering clinically proven results while prioritizing patient safety and satisfaction. As a leading global medical aesthetic device company, Candela's brand values of Science, Results, and Trust underscore its dedication to fostering enduring partnerships with physicians and enhancing the well-being of the patients they serve.



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