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Reliant Technologies Announces FDA 510(K) Clearance of New Handpieces for Skin Resurfacing and Surgical Applications
Date:10/7/2008

tic Surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School. "Treatment is comparable to a series of IPL treatments plus a series of microdermabrasion sessions, with the added benefit of increased long-term collagen production. This is all accomplished in a single, simple and safe procedure."

The two surgical handpieces include an incisional and ablative handpiece. The 0.2mm Incisional Handpiece provides a safe, effective and reliable alternative to traditional surgical procedures, enabling physicians to perform laser blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid lifts, vermillionectomy of the lip and excisional procedures such as keloid scar and wart removal. The 2mm Ablative Handpiece can safely remove larger sections of soft tissue, enabling physicians to effectively treat a variety of dermatological conditions, including removal of warts, keloids, seborrheic keratoses and actinic keratoses. The Fraxel re:pair 0.2mm Incisional Handpiece and 2mm Ablative Handpiece enable precise tissue cutting with minimal damage, resulting in minimal-to-no bleeding and reduced post-operative swelling and bruising, providing patients with a faster healing and recovery time.

"The Fraxel family of lasers offers the most advanced laser treatments in the market today, providing safe, precise and effective treatments for a range of skin conditions and skin types," said Len DeBenedictis, chief technology officer of Reliant Technologies. "The addition of the new handpieces for the Fraxel re:pair system furthers our market leading position and will allow physicians to provide superior ablative skin resurfacing with the option of performing minor surgical treatments as well."

Recently, it was announced that Reliant has agreed to join forces with Thermage, Inc. (Nasdaq: THRM
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