New from Lumenis: NuEra Tight Radio Frequency Device

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 | Lasers & Light Devices , Product Launches and Updates , Lumenis


Lumenis has launched NuEra tight, a  non-invasive, intelligent temperature-controlled technology for both superficial and deep heating that treats a variety of conditions, such as skin laxity and the appearance of cellulite. 

The FDA-cleared technology is able to target problematic areas around the abdomen, flanks, buttocks, inner and outer thighs, upper arms, elbows, knees, bra and back fat, as well as around the eyes, mouth, cheeks and neck with powerful, temperature-controlled RF technology. 

“Lumenis is rounding out their repertoire of aesthetic solutions with the addition of the NuEra tight,” says E. M. Zimmerman, MD, a Cosmetic Surgeon in Nevada. “With a significant percentage of adult women being affected by some grade of cellulite, this fast, comfortable, non-invasive treatment provides my patients with the desired improved appearance, while ensuring safety thanks to the APIC temperature-control technology.”

NuEra tight uses Automatic Power and Impedance Control (APIC), the next generation of temperature-control technology, to ensure safety and efficacy. The APIC automatically increases the RF power to the target temperature, delivering precise heating to the skin’s surface with predictable results. This powerful RF technology emits at 470kHz and high 250W power todeliver the required amount of heat – precisely and deeply – for optimally effective, comfortable treatment with consistently successful results.

“We are proud to welcome a new era of fast, effective and versatile treatments for body and face with the NuEra tight,” says Tzipi Ozer-Armon, CEO of Lumenis. “The Lumenis family is always looking for ways to further our expertise in RF technologies so we are excited to provide a treatment that is able to address all areas quickly, safely, and efficiently in a soothing experience that patients will enjoy.” 

 

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