Lumenis launches new modes for AcuPulse CO2 laser

Lumenis has launched its upgraded AcuPulse CO2 laser, with four new modes of treatment. AcuPulse with SuperPulse technology now offers physicians a total of ten different modes, allowing for versatility for treating 34 aesthetic indications.

The four new treatment modes that have been added to the AcuPulse include Combo, a mode that maximises time and efficiency by safely treating both superficial and deep targets in a single scan. This can be used for facial lines, wrinkles or sun damage, and in the same scan, deep irregular lesions. StretchTouch treats skin furrows and other textual irregularities on larger body areas using SuperPulse technology. In addition, FineTouch can be used for precise ablation and coagulation of irregular pigmented lesions at various depths, while ToeTouch offers a solution to podiatry ailments using continuous wave ablation. Now physicians can treat toenail fungus, plantar warts, ingrown toenails and more.

Treatments performed with the AcuPulse can be done using the SurgiTouch or AcuScan120 high-precision scanners. The AcuScan120 incorporates precision optics with real-time monitoring algorithms for treating fractionally both superficially and deep. The SurgiTouch scanner enjoys a reputation of quality and precision based on clinical experience.

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