Laser infrared (IR) thermography of biological tissues is a part of active dynamic thermal (ADT) imaging [1], initially developed for noninvasive remote control of materials [2]. It involves heating of a material by some source of energy at controlled conditions and recording of time-dependent, and nonuniform temperature eld on a sample surface by thermal imaging camera. Mathematical analysis of the induced temperature eld with adequate modeling allows one to assess the physicochemical processes in the material and its characteristics.