First of all, this company just released a tremendous line of new products. Included in this particular announcement are the I2PL and IPL lasers, as well as the 1927nm Thulium laser. These new lasers happen to be highly desired by customers, and are likely to become game changers. Most importantly, this company unveiled the 1064 YAG laser (just last spring), the CO2 fractional laser, and also CO2 laser surgery advancements, which authorities assume could have a huge influence on their profits.
In addition to these lasers, they will at last be releasing the fractional RF needle for diode dental and diode hair removal applications, along with the Multi RF system at the beginning of 2013. Although their forthcoming launches are interesting, those coming in the year 2013 will result in increased demand among customers and should enjoy a nice media reception.
Ever since last spring doctors have been saddled with the current brand of laser, but it seems they will finally get redemption with these forthcoming releases. The RF skin tightening multi function laser is already a top-seller, and professionals anticipate that the surgical CO2 laser will be an even greater deal this year.
And as if that wasn't sufficient, the VP of the company says the CO2 fractional laser and multi functional laser will likely be the company's best selling holiday items. Sadly this individual failed to give us further information on the CO2 fractional laser, but we remain positive.
An online journal has additionally said that the long awaited laser system will likely be arriving in the winter of 2012. This implies that over the next 60 days, the cosmetic surgery fans should be getting excited.
In either case, no matter whether or not the CO2 fractional laser turns out to be as big as they say, we have never been so excited for a consumer release as we are now. This new laser system could be magnificent.
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