Latest New Product News from Sciton, Inc.
Hybrid Fractional Laser maximizes results, minimizes downtime.Sciton, Inc. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Apr 14, 2014 Available on JOULE™ platform, Halo applies tunable non-ablative and ablative wavelengths in single pass. Dual wavelengths enable customization of treatments for individuals. While 1,470 nm wavelength is used for delivering 100–700 microns of coagulation to epidermis and dermis where solar damage exists, 2,940 nm wavelength is used to deliver 0–100 microns of ablation to epidermis. Intelligent energy delivery and Dynamic Thermal Optimization ensure precise and even treatments.
Hybrid Fractional Laser minimizes patient downtime.Sciton, Inc. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Mar 27, 2014 Applying tunable non-ablative and ablative wavelengths to same microscopic treatment zone in single pass, Halo uses 1,470 nm wavelength to deliver 100–700 microns of coagulation to epidermis and dermis, where solar damage exists, and 2,940 nm wavelength to deliver 0–100 microns for ablation to epidermis of skin. Operator may choose 1 of 3 coverage-base treatment levels, and Halo calculates exact amount of energy necessary to complete safe and effective treatment.
Tunable Resurfacing Laser facilitates aesthetic treatments.Sciton, Inc. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Aug 20, 2007 Contour Tunable Resurfacing Laser (TRL) provides physicians with ability to precisely adjust ablative depth and thermal coagulation depth in order to emulate any ablative or nonablative laser for application-tailored treatments. Ablative and coagulation zones can be independently adjusted over entire range with each pulse, and ProFractional module can be added for complete resurfacing and fractional applications.
Other Company News From Sciton, Inc.
Apr 17, 2007
Sciton Announces ProFractional Launch During ASLMS
Oct 13, 2006
Sciton Showcases New Products and Its New ProFractional Technology in San Francisco
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