Advalight, which offers the ADVATx dermatology laser, announces that Beverly Hills, Calif.-based, board-certified plastic surgeon Daniel Barrett, MD, is now providing its non-ablative laser treatments.
Advalight President Travis Mahan spoke about the partnership, commenting: “We are excited to partner with Dr. Barrett to offer the ADVATx to address patients’ skin concerns from vascular, acne, and scarring to wrinkles; hyperpigmentation (including melasma); and sun damage with one of the most sophisticated lasers in the market. Dr. Barrett’s passion for results with minimal downtime perfectly aligns with ADVATx’s technology and the incredible results we continue to see.”
ADVATx combines the standard wavelength for eliminating vascular abnormalities with the new standard for non-ablative resurfacing. This allows physicians and healthcare providers to treat 25 U.S.FDA-/CE-cleared indications ranging from vascular abnormalities to rosacea, acne, wrinkle reduction, melasma, and hyperpigmentation on virtually all skin types, according to Advalight officials.
Two of the treatment options with the ADVATx include:
- ADVA Bright: This treatment combines yellow and infrared laser energy that targets vascular components of melasma, dyschromia, sun damage, and unwanted pigment while reducing wrinkles, limiting oil production, and shrinking pore size.
- ADVA Clear: Combining yellow and high-powered infrared laser energy, this treatment eliminates rosacea, acne, acne scars, and vascular abnormalities like telangiectasia, hemangiomas, and venous lakes.
Treatments will be available at Barrett Plastic Surgery this month. To Barrett, it will be a big boon to operations.
“My practice is touted for providing natural looking results using the most cutting edge technologies and staying on the front line of emerging trends and techniques,” he says. “ADVATx fits perfectly into my current practice offerings. I am also really looking forward to incorporating the laser into my scar management protocol following surgery.”