Palomar Medical Technologies, a developer of light-based systems for cosmetic treatments, has reported that it will preview two new products, Artisan Aesthetic System and the MaxG pulsed light handpiece, at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) in Miami, Florida.
Palomar’s new Artisan Aesthetic System offers key skin resurfacing and skin rejuvenation technologies a fractional non-ablative laser for treating acne and surgical scars, melasma, and striae; a fractional ablative laser for resurfacing and wrinkle treatment; and a pulsed light device for treatment of pigmented and vascular lesions in one comprehensive system perfect for skin rejuvenation and anti-aging practices.
Artisan empowers aesthetic practitioners with the ability to treat each discrete sign of aging and other undesirable skin conditions using the most appropriate technology. With Artisan, practitioners can tailor treatment regimens to each client’s specific needs, offering the best aesthetic outcome with the least amount of downtime or disruption. The Artisan Aesthetic System is in pending for FDA clearance, and Palomar will begin shipments upon clearance.
The MaxG pulsed light handpiece is a key component of the Artisan suite of technologies and is also available on the StarLux 500 laser and pulsed light platform. With more energy per pulse, greater peak power, and higher fluences than competing broadband pulsed light devices, the MaxG delivers optimally-filtered bands of light to easily and quickly clear unwanted pigment and vascularity in a comfortable, no-downtime procedure.
Joseph Caruso, chief executive officer, said: “We are well positioned to lead in aesthetic technology for the coming decade. We have successfully leveraged our continuous investments in research and development into two new products designed specifically for the rejuvenation practices of dermatologists and other clinicians. MaxG and Artisan are revolutionary advances in light-based aesthetic medicine that will delight practitioners and clients alike.”