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Sciton Unveils the JOULE Aesthetic Laser Platform for Physicians Battling the Economic Squeeze
Date:2/9/2009

OptiPlex Technology Combines Capabilities of Multiple Lasers in One Future-Proof Platform

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Sciton, Inc. announces the launch of the JOULE Aesthetic Laser Platform. By combining multiple, distinctive laser technologies into a single, slender system, JOULE offers aesthetic practitioners a vastly expanded range of procedures, opens a simple path to future technologies and procedures as they become available, and provides revenue stimulus for the current economic environment that will easily translate to solid long term practice-building and growth.

OptiPlexing Wavelengths and Delivery Modes for Expanded Procedure Options

With JOULE, Sciton offers the optimal combination of multiple laser wavelengths delivered through any of JOULE's three delivery modes--arm, fiber, or broadband light (BBL)--enabling aesthetic physicians to offer the widest variety of procedures available. A single platform can provide today's most requested procedures, laser-assisted lipolysis and deep and fractional skin resurfacing, as well as hair removal and a wide range of vascular treatments. Sciton's scientists call this technology OptiPlex(TM): the optimal multiplexing of optical technologies.

"The optiplexed JOULE has the potential to change the entire landscape of an aesthetic practice," says Dr. Jason Pozner, plastic surgeon and medical director of Sanctuary Plastic Surgery and co-owner of Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center in Florida. "Combining laser lipolysis and both fractional and full skin resurfacing in a single platform makes it possible for me to offer the most popular treatments more conveniently. The benefit to a growing aesthetic practice is significant. They can expand their practice with a single laser. It is an ideal system for aesthetic surgeons with an on-site operating facility as well as those with an office treatment room. It would take multip
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