Syneron Medical Ltd. , the global leader in medical aesthetic products and technology will unveil the eTwo™ platform, its latest technological and aesthetic advancement, at the 2011 American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) conference in Washington, D.C. on November 3-6, 2011. The eTwo platform, along with its Sublime™ and Sublative™ applications, recently received FDA approval and CE mark for dermatological procedures requiring ablation and resurfacing in addition to non-invasive wrinkle treatment.
“The unveiling of eTwo marks a very exciting innovation milestone for the Company as it embodies two of our most successful and in-demand applications in non-invasive facial rejuvenation,” said Louis P. Scafuri, Chief Executive Officer of Syneron Medical. “eTwo pairs Syneron’s proprietary elos® technology with our globally successful Sublative technology. Together we’ve taken yet another leap forward in technological integration to meet the needs of our customers and packaged it into a sleek, compact and portable table-top design.”
The eTwo platform comes packed with many new features including the Sublime application utilizing the elos combination of infrared light and bi-polar radio frequency energies. “Over the years I’ve turned to Syneron’s elos technology to safely and effectively fulfill the demands of a much wider patient base,” said Amy Taub, M.D., board certified Dermatologist in Lincolnshire, Illinois. “With the evolution of Sublime, Syneron has taken one of my go-to applications and further improved the safety profile and fine-tuned the user experience without substituting the efficacy and patient satisfaction I rely on.” Syneron’s ground-breaking Sublative application, also included in the eTwo platform, comes with a new advancement highlighting the release of the Sublative iD™ tips offering customers with a re-connectable solution to further maximize treatment options.
Altogether, the eTwo platform represents the next generation of aesthetic devices both in ingenuity and physician to patient satisfaction. “In my experience, when treating patients with eTwo the results I see with skin texture and luminosity are consistently impressive”, said Brian Biesman, M.D, board certified F.A.C.S, in Nashville, Tennessee who also serves as the leading clinical investigator of eTwo.
eTwo will be featured in a CME course at ASDS entitled The New Wave of Aesthetic Energy facilitated by David J. Goldberg, M.D., JD, Thomas Rohrer, M.D. and Hema Sundaram, M.D. from Rockville, Maryland. The course will be held onsite on November 3, 2011, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM EST in Room: Virginia C.
Attendees at the 2011 ASDS conference can obtain a demonstration and preview of eTwo in addition to multiple product offerings by Syneron and Candela at booth #804 that includes:
CO2RE™: the latest and best of current CO2 treatment methodologies with a revolutionary new feature known as Fusion Fractional Mode to treat both superficial and deep skin layers simultaneously with precision-control over the intensity, pattern, and depth of ablation without multiple handpieces, optical spots or multiple pass techniques.
GentleLASE® PRO represents the re-imagination of the aesthetic industry’s premier laser for hair removal. With its Dynamic Cooling Device and faster speed, GentleLasePro delivers the highest peak power found on any hair removal laser with unparalleled treatment efficacy.
ePrime™: the world’s first energy-based dermal remodeling device to precisely target and deliver measured radio frequency (RF) energy directly into the deep dermis to achieve proven, natural, results in a single treatment.
Vbeam® Perfecta: a must-have laser for any Dermatologic Surgeon or aesthetic practice. With its micro-pulse technology and Dynamic Cooling Device (DCD), Vbeam Perfecta is the safest, most effective vascular laser system on the market.
elure Advanced Skin Lightening™ products: winner of allure Magazine’s Best of Beauty award in the “Big Breakthroughs” category in 2011. The first and only skin lightening topical that employs Melanozyme™, the novel natural enzyme found only in elure to improve appearance by temporarily reducing melanin.
For more information about Syneron and Candela’s broad product offering, visit their site here.