JUL-AUG 2017

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AESTHETIC TECHNOLOGIES 50 JULY/AUGUST 2017 | Med Esthetics The CoolAdvantage Petite applica- tor from Zeltiq is designed to deliver CoolSculpting cryolipolysis treatments for fat reduction in the upper arms— the most recent indication cleared by the FDA. CoolSculpting gently cools targeted fat cells in the body to induce a controlled elimination of fat without affecting surrounding tissue. The CoolAdvantage Petite applicator includes two interchangeable contours designed to treat the upper arms in 35 minutes. Contact: 925.474.2500, Designed by a surgeon to allow for easier movement while reducing the risk of over- heating, AERO BLUE Performance Gowns from Halyard Health are made of a light, soft fabric with Cool Shield Core technology that allows moisture vapor pass through the material without fl uid penetration. Contact: 844.425.9273, The NewSurg KTP Laser System is indicated for pigmented lesions and vascular treatments, including telangiectasia, poikiloderma, lentigines and dyschromia. The compact diode laser features a wireless foot pedal and color touchscreen for precise control, as well as a heavy-duty custom case for easy transport. Contact: 215.570.4327, The Spectrum Laser/ IPL System from Rohrer Aesthetics includes: an 810nm diode laser for hair removal; an Er:YAG laser for antiaging and pigmentation treatments; a Q-switched dual wavelength 1064nm/532nm laser for tat- too removal; long-pulsed YAG laser for vascular reduction; and intense pulsed light (IPL) with four fi lters. The mobile platform can be broken down into two pieces for easy trans- port. Contact: 205.940.2200, The Syris Scientifi c v300H Visualization System combines polarization with magnifi cation to remove surface glare from the patient's skin so providers can see approximately 1mm below the skin's surface for safer and more effective injectable and sclerother- apy treatments. Contact: 207.657.7050, syrisscientifi

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