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Pixel CO2
Harnessing the Power of CO2 Laser

The Gold Standard in Laser Technology

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Pixel CO2
The Optimal Mix

Leveraging the most researched and clinically-proven energy-based technology, Pixel CO2 is a multi-application platform that provides a highly-tailored solution, achieving some of the most dramatic, age-defying results in the non-invasive treatment of multiple dermatological and surgical indications.

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Pixel CO2
Harnessing the Power ofCO2 Laser
  • Treatment Category

    Skin Resurfacing, Skin Rejuvenation, Scar Revision, Striae, Surgical Applications

  • Downtime

    Flexible downtime, depending on treatment and indication

  • Available applicators


Multiple Applications

This single platform delivers ablative fractional treatments using a powerful scanner or pixel technology, allowing for more thermal treatments. Focus applicators enable precise surgical applications in several modes, including continuous, single pulse, and repeat, for optimal treatment of a wide range of indications.

Tailored to Perfection

This device optimizes procedures by automatically setting the laser beam parameters that are required for each specific indication. A user-friendly graphic display provides the practitioner with operating instructions and parameters; any parameter may be adjusted as required.

Get Rolling

Enabling fast treatment of large areas, the movement of the unique iPixel roller triggers a high-power laser pulse, which is channeled into a row of seven, evenly-spaced thermal and ablative channels, to achieve effective tissue remodeling and skin resurfacing, with the added benefit of faster healing time.

State-of-the-art Technology

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    RF excited CO2 laser offers advanced, computerized, precision laser scanning technology for multi-discipline surgical applications. Alma’s 10,600nm wavelength laser is intended for ablation, vaporization, excision, incision and coagulation of soft tissue.
  • Pixel icon
    Dedicated pixel applicators can deliver CO2 laser energy via a DOE (Diffractive Optical Element) that pixelates the beam to 81 microscopic pixels in a 9x9 or 7x7 pattern. The longer pulse width enables more thermal treatments.

Relevant Applicators

Treatable Indications

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    Skin Resurfacing
  • Skin Rejuvenation icon
    Skin Rejuvenation
  • Scars icon
    Scar Revision
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    Surgical Applications

Before & After

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Fabian Perez Riveira

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr. Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Hadar Israeli

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

Courtesy of Dr Guillermo Badaracco

This is What Experts Are Saying about Pixel CO2

Clinical Resources

  • OCT Evaluation of Vaginal Epithelial Thickness during CO2 Laser Treatment: A Pilot Study

    Yusi Miao

    Journal of Biophotonics, 2022

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  • Comparison of clinical and histologic findings in daylight photodynamic therapy for skin field cancerization: A randomized controlled four-arm study on physical methods-assisted delivery of methyl aminolevulinate

    Camila de Oliveira Bento

    Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy, 2021

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  • Prospective Study of Fractional Carbon Dioxide Laser Therapy for Symptoms of Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause: One-Year Follow-Up

    Jeffrey S. Schachar

    Journal of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2021

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  • Fractional CO2 laser therapy of lichen sclerosus in males: a new therapeutic opportunity?

    Francesca Ferrara

    Journal of Dermatological Treatment, 2020

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