PRLog - April 24, 2014 - SAN FRANCISCO -- ThermiAesthetics™
Booth #215: Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about ThermiRF’s thermistor controlled radiofrequency technology with dual monitoring of tissue temperature (internal and external) using advanced infrared imaging system. This type of monitoring allows physicians to administer a precise and safe treatment.
Workshop: Cosmetic Medicine – The Challenge of Living in a Photoshop World
Friday, April 25th at 8:00am
Room: 310, 309
Presenter: Roxanne Sylora, MD
Podium: Premier Global Hot Topics
Friday, April 25th at 12:00pm
Presenter: Jason Pozner, MD
Since its pre-commercial introduction in the United States in 2012, general plastic and facial plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and cosmetic surgeons around the globe have used ThermiRF in a variety of clinical areas. Using the “Science of heat,” ThermiRF allows plastic surgeons and aesthetic physicians to use temperature as a clinical endpoint, precisely heating soft tissue and nerves to yield a meaningful clinical outcome for their patients. ThermiRF applications target patients seeking long lasting single-treatment solutions for various aesthetic complaints. There is growing demand from baby boomers who are seeking advanced, anti-aging solutions, which fall “in-between”
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ThermiAesthetics is a leading manufacturer of Temperature Controlled Radio Frequency technology. The ThermiAesthetics flagship product is the ThermiRF Temperature Controlled Radio Frequency Generator System and is FDA cleared for dermatological and general surgical procedures for electrocoagulation and hemostasis; and to create lesions in nervous tissue. ThermiRF is an advanced technology using finely controlled thermal energy. It is a multi-use platform, which promotes increased patient safety and clinical effectiveness, while providing versatile solutions for physicians serving the aesthetic market.
ThermiRF features a unique temperature control feature and uses proprietary hand pieces, which are designed for specific medical applications. These include a variety of disposal RF electrodes and cannulas and reusable non-invasive hand pieces.