Laser applications

laser conferences Technological advancements in laser technology have created a plethora of applications in the medical field, leading to significant rise in the number of procedures carried out using lasers. Smaller incisions, lesser pain and faster recovery times are some of the benefits laser technology offers. Currently, lasers are used in a wide range of applications in areas such as ophthalmology, oncology, cosmetic surgery, cardiology, dentistry, gynecology, dermatology, gastroenterology, diagnostics, and urology. Surgical lasers are especially expected to benefit from the increasing adoption of laser procedures in non-invasive applications such as hair removal and skin rejuvenation.

Lasers are widely used in manufacturing, e.g. for cutting, drilling, welding, cladding, soldering (brazing), hardening, ablating, surface treatment, marking, engraving, micromachining, pulsed laser deposition, lithography, alignment, etc. There is a wide range of medical applications. Often these relate to the outer parts of the human body, which are easily reached with light; examples are eye surgery and vision correction (LASIK), dentistry, dermatology (e.g. photodynamic therapy of cancer), and various kinds of cosmetic treatment such as tattoo removal and hair removal. Lasers are also used for surgery (e.g. of the prostate), exploiting the possibility to cut tissues while causing minimal bleeding. Lasers are widely used in optical metrology, Data Storage, Spectroscopy, Microscopy, Various Scientific Applications, Energy Technology, and Military Applications

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