By 2060, over half the population will have skin of color.
Is your practice ready?
Cosmetic treatments differ for patients with skin of color. And, treating darker skin types with lasers has especially been a challenge. But, the latest lasers open up new doors for the treatment of those who may not have previously been candidates for laser treatment.
Join our upcoming interactive webinar to discuss the latest advances in lasers for treating skin of color. Douglas Wu, MD, PhD will review issues in skin of color patients as well as available treatment options and ways to minimize risk in these populations.
This interactive webinar discusses the patient perceptions explored in the 2017 Consumer Aesthetic Laser Survey. Learn more about current consumer attitudes and awareness surrounding aesthetic laser treatments. Vic Narurkar, MD, FAAD, discusses the survey findings to help you better leverage education to convert more of your patients to laser treatments and grow your practice revenue.
Dr. Wu will discuss the science behind picosecond laser technology and highlight the safety, versatility, and efficacy of the PicoWay™ laser for the treatment of unwanted tattoos and benign pigmentary lesions. He will also explore the fractionated picosecond laser and its emerging role in total anti-aging.
Dr. David J. Friedman discusses advances in clinical applications and clinical endpoint in treating tattoos and pigmentation on global skin. He will also share his experience of skin treatments with the PicoWay Holographic Fractional Handpiece. Dr. David Friedman is a board-certified dermatologist in the U.S. and Israel. He is a retired Professor of Dermatology from Brown University. He now heads the Friedman Skin & Laser Center, an international center for professional medical skin care and treatment. As one of the world’s foremost experts on dermatologic use of lasers, Dr. Friedman travels extensively as an invited lecturer to instruct foreign doctors in laser treatment techniques.
Jayant Bhawalkar, VP of R&D Syneron Candela discusses the impact of transitioning from photothermal to photoacoustic. How short pulse durations and high peak power affect pigment and collagen remodeling and the new applications of the holographic fractional handpiece. Jayant Bhawalkar, Ph.D. is Vice President of Research at Syneron Candela and is responsible for new technology and innovation within the company. He has held multiple positions within Candela since 2003. He has over 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals, several book chapters, and speaks extensively at conferences.
Tattoo Removal Treatment Approaches with PicoWay Also covered… How to Maximize Your Investment Marketing Tips for Better Patient Engagement Clinical Pearls for Optimal Results …And More!
Dr. Narurkar will shares his personal experience of the PicoWay, with emphasis on treatment for pigmented skin lesions, recently approved by the FDA. We will also cover use of the PicoWay for tattoo removal and other applications.