Introduction to SubLiminal Laser Therapy

> SubLiminal laser therapy

In contrast to conventional laser photocoagulation, SubLiminal® laser therapy does not use a continuous-wave laser beam leading to a thermal effect.

SubLiminal® laser therapy is based on a stimulation concept, using extremely short microsecond laser pulses followed by cooling time periods.

As a result, by using short enough laser pulses (Time on) and long enough cooling times (Time off) the targeted tissue can cool between laser pulses, preventing retinal damages.

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