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Unique Fusion Mode


RE has 5 software generated treatment modes, which cover all the current CO2 applications without


CO2


comprising depth, coverage or speed. Due to exceptional digital scanning hardware capabilities, CO2


RE offers a 6th


application, Fusion - a unique scan pattern that combines treatment depths and intensity of thermal injuries to optimize treatment in the epidermis and dermis simultaneously. While other CO2


systems require either a change in handpieces


or a change in lenses to switch between superficial and dermal ablative modes, CO2


mode provide a “tunable” superficial to deep ablation in a single scan pass.


NEW! Surgical handpiece combines a shortened body length with a narrow tapered tip and extended peg tip distance gauge to provide excellent balance, visibility and fine control of the surgical beam placement and motion.


Clinical Results Before


Photos: Mario Trelles, MD After


“The Fusion Mode provides us with the unique capability to combine both superficial and deep laser channels in a single pass, while varying the energy and density for each depth independently. This is a significant advantage in minimizing treatment time and discomfort for the patient, and it extends our ability to tailor the treatment in real time.”


Before After Photos: Alain Braun, MD Shlomit Halachmi, MD, Dermatologist RE’s Scanning and Fusion


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