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The Newest Technology In Photo Rejuvenation: MaxG By Palomar

 

MaxG, the new optimized pulsed light hand piece available from Palomar, offers more uniform heating across the vessel.

Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc., a leading researcher and developer of light-based systems for aesthetic treatments, is pleased to announce that the MaxG? Optimized Pulsed Light? (OPL) hand piece for Photo Rejuvenation is now available worldwide for use on the company's StarLux? 500 and Artisan? laser and pulsed light aesthetic systems.

Palomar Photo Rejuvenation MaxG
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The MaxG optimized light hand piece has established a new level of clinical performance and client experience in using light to clear undesired vascular and pigmented lesions.

As compared to the MaxG, competitive pulsed light devices do not have the targeted wavelengths, sufficient power, or smooth pulse shape necessary to satisfy today's aesthetic demands. The MaxG utilizes a unique combination of dual-band filters and Dynamic Spectrum Shifting? which provides more uniform heating across the entire diameter of larger vessels, for the most complete vessel clearance.

Emil Tanghetti, MD, founder of the Center for Dermatology and Laser Surgery in Sacramento, CA, stated, "I believe that the StarLux 500 with the MaxG hand piece is just as good as, if not better than, modern pulse dye lasers in the treatment of facial telangiectasia."

Robert Weiss, MD, founder of the Maryland Laser, Skin, and Vein Institute in Hunt Valley, MD, added, "We have also seen port wine stains respond to the MaxG when all else has failed. I am impressed with the immediate photodarkening and subsequent response with resistant port wine stains. Patient comfort is impressive as well."

Joseph P. Caruso, Chief Executive Officer, concluded, "The MaxG is the latest in a long line of pulsed-light innovations from Palomar. The MaxG introduces a new generation of optimized light technology to the aesthetic industry that builds upon our proven technologies, combining the comfort of pulsed light with the clinical performance of lasers. We are very pleased that leading dermatologists are embracing this new technology so quickly."

Additional information about the MaxG may be found in a special clinical supplement, "Pushing the Spectrum: Optimizing Treatment of Vascular and Pigmented Lesions" in the December 2010 issue of Dermatology Times. Palomar will also conduct a live web seminar, hosted by Robert Weiss, MD and Vic Narurkar, MD on December 9, 2010. Viewers may register for the webinar at palomarmedical.com.

Source: Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc.