SharpLight Omnimax S4
SharpLight has developed and fine-tuned 4 cutting edge technologies- DPCTM, RF, VermaDermTM, and Laser. Used in combination or as stand-alone solutions, they provide you with unsurpassed treatment flexibility and exceptional clinical results.
Dynamic Pulse Control (DPC)
DPC (Dynamic Pulse Control) is a unique technology offering three pulse configurations in one system: Smooth Pulse, Long Pulse and High Pulse. This proprietary technology maximizes the practitioner’s control of treatment parameters, thus providing a wide range of possibilities to obtain optimal results for all skin types, in most treatment cases, in all treatment stages.
VermaDerm is considered to be one of the finest available technologies for a variety of aesthetic treatments, such as body contouring, skin tightening and skin rejuvenation procedures.
This infrared technology makes use of a long-pulsed wavelength ranging from 850 to 1750 nm, that can penetrate the skin to depths up to 4mm. Energy is delivered in rapid bursts, with adjustable fluency that can be used to control the thermal effect and the temperatures that are reached at various depths.
The infrared energy that is generated is absorbed by intracellular fluid, which then gently warms and contracts the collagen fibres. Long-term skin tightening and firmness are achieved through repeated cycles of heating. Surrounding tissue is not damaged, and the epidermis is protected during the treatment by a built-in sapphire contact cooling mechanism.
Radio Frequency (RF)
Radio-frequency (RF) is a safe and effective technology that has been clinically proven to rejuvenate facial skin, contour the body, reduce cellulite and more.
The advantage of RF is its ability to deliver heat to the tissue non-specifically – unlike lasers that cause selective photothermolysis depending on the type of chromophores, RF delivers heat to the tissue based on the properties of the tissue itself, i.e. its level of electrical resistance.
In cosmetic medicine, laser machines developed along with other medicinal uses of laser, such as in eye surgery, soft tissue surgery, the laser scalpel, laser therapy (photobiomodulation), various dental uses (even teeth whitening) and much more.
Laser technology in cosmetic treatments
Laser technology is increasingly being used in cosmetic treatments, both intrusive and non intrusive med-aesthetic ones. No modern med-aesthetic clinic can remain competitive without regularly updating the cosmetic laser machines at their disposal. Among the various cosmetic treatments carried out by laser are hair reduction, wrinkle reduction, treatment of acne scars (and other types of scars), removal of skin blemishes (such as age spots and moles), treatment of vascular legions and even tattoo removal.
Evolution of med-aesthetic cosmetic laser machines
Evolution of cosmetic laser machines is dictated by the rapid assimilation of Laser technology into cosmetic medicine. it is a necessary response to the constant developments, innovations and endless research resulting ultimately in new found treatment possibilities. Aesthetic medical device manufacturers are constantly marketing new laser machines, both as new editions of existing models as well as innovative, cutting edge, aesthetic equipment.
- Laser Hair Removal
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Acne Treatment
- Vascular Lesions
- Pigmented Lesions
- Body Contouring
- Cellulite Reduction Treatment
- Skin Tightening
- Tattoo Removal
- Vein Removal
- Stretch Marks
- Wrinkle Reduction
- Fractional Resurfacing