When purchasing a used aesthetic laser, why select the Syneron eMax Laser over the eLight and eLaser?
Selecting the best laser system for your business comes down to some very basic factors questions which are dependent on your particular situation:
- What if any equipment do you already own
- If you already own equipment, what aesthetic treatment gaps are you looking to fill and/or are you looking to improve on the assets you currently have in place
- How many treatment options do you want to provide to your patients
- How much capital do you have available to invest.
For the money and versatility of aesthetic treatments that can be delivered, a used Syneron eMax offers the most bang for your buck. Other Syneron aftermarket “e” products include the eLight and eLaser which do utilize some of the same handpieces, but the eMax is going to allow you to take full advantage of all the capabilities that their elōs™ technology has to offer.
Following is a quick rundown of the eMax laser, how it works, what treatments you can provide via which applicators.
Syneron eMax Technology
Like the rest of the “e” series lasers, the eMax utilizes Syneron’s proprietary elōs™ technology. elōs™ technology is a combined energy technology that uses Bi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF) along with Diode laser and light energy.
Using this combination of energy for cosmetic applications allows for deeper dermal penetration and more selective targeting of tissue. It also uses less optical energy which greatly increases overall safety, patient comfort and allows for the treatment of all skin types.
eMax Aesthetic Laser Treatments
With the eMax, you can offer up to six (6) high demand cosmetic procedures with one laser device. These include (in no particular order):
- triniti Skin Series – Fotofacial, wrinkle reduction and skin tightening via three (3) handpieces.
- Hair Removal
- Wrinkle Reduction
- Acne Treatments
- Vascular Lesions and Leg Veins
The chart below outlines the various applicators that can be used with the eMax. There are ten (10) applicators that can be used with this laser device. All of these applicators deliver 5°C cooling on the tip with the ReFirme delivering up to 10°C.
|DSL||Laser Hair Removal|
|LVA||Advanced Treatment of Vascular Lesions|
|Matrix IR||Deep Penetrating Fractional Wrinkle Treatment|
|Refirme ST||Fine Wrinkles|
|SR||Skin Rejuvenation (through treatment of vascular pigmented lesions|
|SRA||Advanced Skin Rejuvenation (through treatment of vascular pigmented lesions)|
Various clinical trials have been conducted, to determine the efficacy of treatments provided by these applicators. More information on these trials can be found by visiting Syneron’s website.
When compared to the eLight or the eLaser, hands down the eMax is by far the most versatile system you can purchase. You can provide the most aesthetic treatments and utilize a wide variety of applicators. A used eMax does cost more than the other systems, but when you look at the savings achieved when buying aftermarket equipment compared with the return on invested capital, it becomes a very enticing option.
Remember when looking to purchase used aesthetic lasers for your practice, make sure you buy your equipment from a reputable dealer. Conduct online research and get referrals. Even though you will be saving substantially when buying used aesthetic lasers, you don’t want to make a poor investment with the wrong vendor.
The Cosmetic Laser Warehouse is a division of The Laser Warehouse, specializing in the sale off used Syneron lasers and used Palomar lasers.