Cynosure announces the launch of the PicoSure® Pro device, the latest version of the company’s PicoSure system. A U.S. FDA-cleared 755nm picosecond laser, the PicoSure Pro device delivers energy in a trillionth of a second, utilizing pressure instead of heat to treat unwanted pigmentation and revitalize all skin types.
“As inventors of picosecond aesthetic laser technology, we are constantly challenging ourselves to continually drive innovation forward. Whether we’re developing new devices or improving upon our trusted flagship products, we’re focused on addressing the unmet needs of our practitioners to ensure the best possible outcomes for their patients and practice,” says Todd Tillemans, CEO of Cynosure.
“From a 50% increase in energy to new handpieces and an adjustable fluence, the performance enhancements made to the PicoSure Pro device provide practitioners with more versatility than ever before, allowing them to efficiently treat more patients per day and provide better outcomes in less time,” Tillemans adds.
The device is now equipped with two lenses that work to address a variety of concerns safely and effectively across all skin types. Specifically, the PicoSure Pro device’s Platinum Focus™ lens array is used to increase collagen and elastin to help combat wrinkles, acne scars, and pores.
With the addition of the flat lens, the PicoSure Pro device is FDA-cleared for the treatment of pigment in melasma and other hyperpigmentation issues such as nevus of Ota and Hori’s nevus. Additional enhancements include a new design, an intuitive graphic user interface, and new 5MM handpiece that is suitable for treating discrete lesions, lighter Fitzpatrick skin types, and smaller treatment areas.
“The updates seen in the PicoSure Pro device further solidify Cynosure’s stance as a trusted pioneer in the field of laser technology,” says Sandi Peterson, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Operating Partner and Chairman of the Board of Cynosure. “With the PicoSure Pro device, providers can achieve comparable treatment results to more aggressive lasers with less pain and no downtime, making it a true one-and-done device for a myriad of patient needs.”