From NanoPeelTM to Full Field Resurfacing
Contour TRL allows you to customize treatment for each patient from a 4 to 10 micron NanoPeelTM with shorter downtime to 50 micron MicroLaserPeelTM or up to 330 micron full field resurfacing on deep perioral and periorbital rhytides. Contour offers independent controls for ablation and coagulation levels allowing you to optimize results depending on the patient’s skin condition and needs. You can easily change settings on the large touchscreen display with a simple tap of the finger tip.
Combining treatments on the Joule platform is easy, simply swap out the Contour TRL hand piece for a ProFractional or single spot hand piece to improve skin condition at deeper layers or to reduce pore size. Click the Clinical Applications button below for a more complete list of possible treatments.
The Contour TRL (Tunable Resurfacing Laser) is a full-field skin resurfacing solution, capable of a wide variety of treatment options. From a shallow MicroLaserPeel® (up to 50µm of ablation) to deep resurfacing (up to 200µm of ablation per pass, with or without variable depth coagulation), the Contour TRL gives the physician exquisite control over surgical outcomes.
What makes the Sciton resurfacing laser truly unique among other resurfacing lasers is TRL technology, which provides independent control over the depth of ablation and coagulation with micron precision. TRL technology makes it easy to ablate as shallow or deep as you like, with or without coagulation. Competitive lasers, like CO2, have a fixed ratio of coagulation to ablation, and there is no way to separate the two. With CO2, coagulation always accompanies ablation, which often leads to suboptimal treatments and undesired side effects like hypopigmentation, sustained erythema, and prolonged recovery times.
Sciton’s TRL technology is different. Because the Contour TRL decouples ablation and coagulation and allows for precise application of each, practitioners can dial in the exact tissue effect needed for each patient’s pathology, desired outcome, and tolerance for downtime.