For many attendees at The Aesthetic Show, the biggest highlight is The Aesthetic Awards gala. This year, The Aesthetic Guide, The Aesthetic Channel and The Aesthetic Show are partnering to honor the gifted individuals and organizations who are driving innovation and developing best practices in our field. Learn more and make your nominations!
The use of lasers, radiofrequency (RF), and light-based technologies in cosmetic procedures has swelled in recent years, as device manufacturers explore the outer limits of safe energy-based approaches and physicians increasingly purchase new, clinically proven devices.
Though surgical options remain a gold standard in many aesthetic cases, the energy-based body shaping industry has experienced substantial growth in recent years. The latest generation of less invasive technologies and products has shown considerable improvement over past iterations, with improved patient safety, efficacious outcomes, reduced treatment and recovery time, as well as less pain.
For over 20 years Lutronic (Boston, Mass.) has been a successful leader in laser and energy-based devices. While the company continues to expand worldwide, the clear objective is to leap ahead of competing companies, many of whom are located in North America.
The next revolution in medical aesthetics involves advanced point-of-care devices and accessories for internal procedures that require stem cells and other biocellular components to perform a variety of external aesthetic functions. At the forefront of these systems, Healeon Medical (Newbury Park, Calif.) offers a next-generation solution that delivers on this innovative concept.
Utilizing its novel StarWalker™ MaQX Q-switched laser system to address tattoo removal, Fotona (Dallas, Texas) has released the new FracTAT™ procedure.
A revolution is taking hold in medical aesthetics. Increasingly, the use of stem cell-based therapies is starting to replace the need for more invasive surgery, as well as drug or chemical-based treatments.
Most physicians that run cash-based aesthetic practices have one thing in common: They went to medical school, not business school.
While non-surgical fat reduction technologies can yield dramatic results, stubborn and residual swelling often remains present in the treated areas. This is where the Z Wave from Zimmer MedizinSystems (Irvine, Calif.) comes in. Using radial pulse energy, the Z Wave device enhances the outcome of cryolipolysis treatments by transmitting high-energy acoustic waves through soft tissue, which spread radially beneath the skin’s surface.
The 20th anniversary congress, to be held over three levels at the Palais de Congres in the heart of Paris, promises to be the most impressive event yet. By attending symposia, product analysis workshops and visiting the exhibition hall, delegates at the 2018 IMCAS World Congress will also discover the newest products and devices on the market from 250 of the leading companies in our industry.