"I have used the AcuPulse to perform over 500 CO2 laser procedures. The most impressive features are its small footprint, mobility, and wide range of applications. The two scanners can be interchanged easily. One can perform conventional resurfacing and deeper fractional procedures. The scanner technology allow for a wide range of injury patterns on the skin, so one can customize the treatment type ofr a particular pathology. We have used it for skin conditions as varied as warts to syringomas to photo-damage. The Combo mode is especially helpful as the unique injury patterns allow for deeper fractional treatments (e.g. for acne scarring), while still allowing for lighter conventional superficial resurfacing for pigment and fine lines (all in one pass). Its SuperPulse technology allows me to be more aggressive when I need to, while maintaining a wide patient safety margin, which ensures my patients are satisfied with the results of their treatments after a single session."
E. Victor Ross, MD; Director, Laser and Cosmetic Unit Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, CA
Photos courtesy of Dr.Francesca DeAngelis
Moderate Acne Scarring - Dr. Francesca De Angelis, Italy
AcuPulse™ physicians are reporting excellent results and high patient satisfaction with the treatment.
“I have found that FineTouch™ mode on AcuPulse™ has the precision that I need to treat fine pigmented lesions. I have also found that FineTouch™ has the capability to ablate layers evenly into deep nevus cells with visual contact. The FineTouch™ mode is very easy to control and easy to operate with minimum damage to normal tissue that is unrivaled by any other products.”
Dr. Nariaki Miyata, Director of Miyata Plastic Surgery and Dermatology Clinic, Japan
Treatment of irregular pigmented lesions with FineTouch™
Photos courtesy of Dr.Miyata, Japan.
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