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AESTHETIC TECHNOLOGIES 56 SEPTEMBER 2017 | Med Esthetics Cutera's trusculpt 3D radiofrequency (RF) platform features a closed-loop temperature feedback system for safe, effective and comfortable noninvasive body sculpting treatments. The monopolar RF energy passes through the skin to target and heat underlying fat tissue. Contact: 888.428.8372, The Phoenix CO 2 laser from Rohrer Aesthetics addresses pigmented lesions, fi ne lines and wrinkles, warts and skin tags, and includes an incisional handpiece for laser blepharoplasty procedures. The system can be separated into two pieces for easy transport and uses no consumables. Contact: 205.940.2200, Millennium Medical Technologies AcquiCell Device offers an affordable, non-enzymatic method to isolate adipose stromal vascular fraction (SVF) for fat transfer and soft tissue repair. The device uses vibration to release stromal and vascular cells from the cell matrix. Contact: 949.215.8560, The Profound RF fractional microneedling device from Syneron-Candela utilizes temperature-controlled radiofrequency, delivered through insulated microneedles, to restore elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid. Physicians can control the temperature, treatment time and depth of penetration for more predictable results in a single session. Contact: 866.259.6661, NeoClear by Aerolase allows treatment of moderate-to-severe and cystic acne on all skin types. Using the company's 1,064nm LightPod Neo laser with 650-microsecond pulse width, providers can treat acne without anesthesia or cooling and without the risk of systemic side effects. Contact: 914.345.8300,

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