Tratamiento láser mínimamente invasivo de la hiperhidrosis axilar

HydroLife™ de Alma Surgical ofrece una opción de tratamiento láser revolucionaria, no invasiva, segura y eficaz. HydroLife usa la longitud de onda de 1470 nm y la nueva fibra Anchor™ de alta densidad para extirpar de forma segura y eficaz las glándulas sudoríparas ecrinas y reducir drásticamente los síntomas de la hiperhidrosis axilar. El procedimiento se puede realizar en clínicas ambulatorias de forma rápida y eficaz, sin tiempo de inactividad para el paciente y con resultados inmediatos y duraderos.


  • Mínimamente invasivo
  • Tecnología de fibra Anchor curva
  • Tiempo de tratamiento breve
  • Sin tiempo de inactividad
  • Procedimiento de tratamiento único



High power density Anchor fiber

1470nm- the sweat absorbing wavelength

Eccrine sweat is composed primarily of water, sodium, urea and ammonia. The 1470nm wavelength specifically targets water in soft tissue, making it ideal for selectively treating the eccrine sweat glands.

The anchortm fibertm

The bended Anchor fiber was developed as a second generation version of the Sidefire fiber, allowing for precise vaporization of tissue by emitting laser energy at an angle. The fiber is flat and polished which yields a higher power density than other specialized fibers.
During treatment with HydroLife, the Anchor fiber delivers energy to the target area in an incremental and highly controlled manner, thermally ablating the eccrine glands while leaving the surrounding tissue unaffected.

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