The Elite+™ Aesthetic Workstation is a dual-wavelength system delivering reliable, cost-effective treatments for hair removal, vascular treatments, epidermal pigment, and wrinkle reduction.
Multiple treatments for all skin types
Nd:YAG technology with 755nm and 1064nm wavelengths quickly and effectively treats all skin types while delivering the years of reliable performance for which Cynosure is known.
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Effective Treatment for All Skin Types
With Elite+, you have the flexibility to customize treatments to encompass all skin types. Variable spot sizes and pulse durations make Elite+ the natural choice to accommodate a range of specific skincare conditions.
- Deliver exceptional results across all skin types
- Easily switch between wavelengths for different treatments within a single session
- Air-cooling throughout treatments enhance patient comfort and satisfaction
- Longer pulse durations of up to 300ms precisely match the energy delivered in concert with thermal relaxation time
Discover how the Elite+ aesthetic workstation treats a diverse patient base, while delivering long-term, reliable, and cost-effective performance.
- Can I treat a client who is taking a photosensitizing medication such as an antibiotic
- Drug-induced photosensitivity is caused by the light’s reaction to the medicine being taken. Most reactions occur when the skin is exposed to UVA and UVB rays (sunlight).Although Cynosure lasers and light-based devices do no emit these types of wavelengths, we highly recommend that you still proceed with caution and perform test spots prior to treatment to determine client sensitivity and/or suitability.
- My client is using a prescription topical (i.e. Retin-A, TriLuma, acne medications) on their face. How long should they wait before having a laser or light based treatment?
- Before proceeding, it is important to have a medical director assess your client’s skin to determine wait time. Cynosure recommends treatment of healthy, non-irritated skin. In cases where the topical treatment has caused skin to be dry, red, flaky, or otherwise irritated, patients should stop using the product 1-2 weeks prior to any laser treatment. See the Clinical Reference Guide for additional contraindications.
- My client had gold therapy injections in the past, is it safe to treat with a laser?
- Gold therapy is typically given either orally or by injection to treat arthritis. The laser energy causes a chemical reaction which results in a permanent bluish/gray skin discoloration called chrysiasis. Therefore, any client with a past or present history of gold therapy is contraindicated and treatment is not recommended.
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