Sciton announced that Rebecca Gelber, MD is presenting the company's new laser technology for hybrid fractional resurfacing combined with phototherapy at the 2015 EMEA Summit.
Last year, Sciton launched the world’s first hybrid fractional laser (Halo) which combines a non-ablative fractional laser for deep dermal rejuvenation and an ablative fractional laser for epidermal renewal.
These two laser technologies combine synergistically to create a greater effect without the downtime of more aggressive treatments.
Dr. Gelber realized the benefit of combining this with BroadBand Light to further enhance and promote skin rejuvenation.
She says, "By combining modalities, you’re bringing in one treatment which is best-in-class for discoloration and anti-aging and a second treatment which is best for fine lines, texture, and pores. When you put them together, you’re listening to all your patients’ concerns and giving them the global improvement which they really want."
Patrick Bitter, MD, FAAD, the developer of the FotoFacial procedure, also has been speaking on the benefits of combining these two treatments.
He says, "The combination treatment with BBL and Halo at the same time has been a home run procedure to quickly and easily achieve dramatic improvement in photo-aging, actinic damage and discoloration anywhere on the body, in a single session, with limited downtime. This is my treatment of choice for patients for photo damage and early actinic keratosis."
Sciton is committed to providing best-in-class laser and light solutions for medical professionals who want superior durability, performance and value.
Sciton offers superior medical devices for laser-assisted lipolysis, fractional and full-coverage skin resurfacing, hair removal, phototherapy, wrinkle reduction, treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions, scar reduction, and acne, all on an expandable platform.