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Porquê SmartLipo?

SmartLipo lidera o mercado da lipoaspiração com laser. Prevê-se que este mercado cresça 12,3% ao ano até 20171e o SmartLipo oferece a tecnologia necessária para satisfazer a procura no futuro.

Com um laser Nd:YAG (1064 nm), o SmartLipo conta com os sistemas ThermaGuide e SmartSense, que aplicam a temperatura gerada sob a pele, para a eficácia e a segurança do procedimento, e interrompe a emissão de energia na eventualidade de superar a temperatura considerada segura.

A Cynosure oferece três sistemas distintos numa só estação de trabalho, com uma tecnologia que atua em função das suas necessidades.

Vantagens:

  • Procedimento minimamente invasivo
  • Retração do tecido através da coagulação dos tecidos moles2
  • Menos trauma e recuperação mais rápida em comparação com a lipoaspiração tradicional
  • Utilização fácil em áreas fibróticas
  • Resultados consistentes e reproduzíveis
  • Retorno rápido do investimento

Segurança:

  • Apoio clínico: a tecnologia do SmartLipo tem por base mais de nove de anos de ensaios clínicos e provas científicas.
  • Sistema inteligente: só a Cynosure oferece o ThermaGuide e o SmartSense, os quais ajudam a tratar os pacientes com sistemas específicos para controlar a temperatura e evitar queimaduras e efeitos secundários.

1 Servicio Insight Inc. Medical Insight, Inc. “Global Market Research Report Estética janeiro de 2013.” 2013.
2 Para a realização de incisão cirúrgica, excisão, vaporização, ablação e coagulação do tecido mole

Acessórios (2)

ThermaGuide

Concebido para ser utilizado com a nossa família de lasers SmartLipo, as cânulas ThermaGuide com sensor de temperatura subcutânea para… Leer Más


Thermaview

ThermaView

O ThermaView da Cynosure apresenta um mapa térmico da área de tratamento e informação sobre a temperatura da pele em… Leer Más


Especificações

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Antes e Depois


Eventos

Ensaios Clínicos

A eficácia do SmartLipo está comprovada por mais de 9 anos de ensaios e por dados comprovados cientificamente.

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