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Lipolysis Device: AccuTite

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RF-Assisted Lipolysis

The InMode AccuTite radiofrequency-assisted lipolysis (RFAL) device features a sub-millimeter cannula designed specifically for the treatment of delicate areas of the face and body that require precise heating and pinpoint accuracy. The minimally invasive treatment can be performed in-office under local anesthesia. Patients experience little-to-no visible scarring and minimal downtime. InMode’s clinical studies of the AccuTite have shown immediate visible results that continue to improve for several weeks following treatment, with outcomes maintained for up to 12 months postprocedure.

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Aesthetic Devices: Splitting Energy

The best fractional devices for your patients and practice.
MedEsthetics July/August 2019

In the Medical Aesthetics Industry, few technologies have taken hold quite as quickly as fractional photothermolysis. Rox Anderson, MD, PhD, and Dieter Manstein, MD, PhD, introduced the concept of “applying an array of microscopic treatment zones (MTZ) of thermal injury to the skin” as a lower risk alternative to fully ablative laser skin resurfacing in 2003. One year later, the 1,550nm Fraxel laser was released.

InMode Introduces EmbraceRF for Facial Contouring

FaceTite + Morpheus8 for Facial Contouring

InMode Aesthetic Solutions has launched EmbraceRF, a minimally invasive facial contouring treatment that combines two of the company’s proprietary technologies: FaceTite and Morpheus8. FaceTite features an internal probe that is placed in the subcutaneous adipose layer and an external probe that makes contact with the skin. Electrodes apply RF energy to all tissue between the probes. The Morpheus8 is applied externally to mold the fat subdermally.

Noninvasive Skin Tightening: The Heat Is On

Options, abilities and limitations of noninvasive skin-tightening devices.
MedEsthetics April 2018

It has been more than 15 years since Thermage, the first radiofrequency (RF)-based noninvasive skin-tightening device, entered the United States market. In the years since, demand for noninvasive skin tightening and lifting procedures has skyrocketed, bringing dozens of competitors to the market. New iterations include RF devices that deliver treatment with less pain, ultrasound-based treatments, and minimally invasive systems that deliver energy to the skin’s lower layers through microneedles or wands.

Syneron-Candela Unveils New Technology and Indications at AAD Annual Meeting

Syneron-Candela revealed updates to its GentleTouch, PicoWay and Profound technologies during the 2017 American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) meeting in Orlando, Florida.

The GentleTouch solid-state laser system has added CE mark approval to its FDA clearance and joins the company’s portfolio as the only device to combine alexandrite and radiofrequency (RF) energies for hair reduction. The system includes patent-pending EverCool, a contact-cooling method cleared for hair removal on all skin types.