® ® ClearScan ClearScan™™ Laser Hair Removal | ClearScanTM High Speed Laser Hair Removal – safe treatment for all skin types BEFORE Before Before AFTER After After Photos Photos courtesy courtesy of Lori of Lori Haney, Haney, R.N. R.N. BEFORE 2600-033-07 Rev. A HR 2600-033-07 Rev. A HR Photos courtesy of Lori Haney, RN AFTER Photos courtesy of John Cooksey, MD “ I ing knowing p in the morn u g in ak w ach. I love , wax or ble shave, pluck to e av h ’t n do innesota TERRI S., M ! sitive skin s on my sen rn u b r o ts cu r No more razo Tennessee WENDY M., ow swimsuits, n clothes and er m m su ad r them. I used to dre so I can wea er th ea w er d to warm I look forwar ashington JULIA P., W can smile air is gone I h al ci fa g in n. e embarrass picture take Now that th to have my y p ap h I’m se, and again with ea ifornia RITA M., Cal ” 925 Commercial Street, Palo Alto, California 94303 Phone: (888) 646-6999 • Email: [email protected] www.sciton.com ©2009 Sciton, Inc. All rights reserved. Sciton is a registered trademark and ClearScan is a trademark of Sciton, Inc. Printed in USA 2600-013-00 Rev. C ClearScan Laser Hair Removal | ClearScan ™ A new standard of laser hair removal combining speed, efficacy, safety, and patient comfort What is ClearScan? ClearScan employs laser energy that can selectively target microstructures, such as hair follicles. With its targeted absorption by melanin, it gives the optimal balance between safely treating all skin types and effectively removing unwanted hair. The ability to safely treat sun-tanned skin makes this the treatment of choice for Can in-grown hair be treated? What should I expect after treatment? Yes, laser energy delivered by ClearScan can be used to Some redness and slight swelling may be present in the remove all types of hair. When “shaving bumps” cover area that has been treated. However, this should subside follicles, the laser energy can still penetrate to the hair follicle within a few hours. If any prolonged redness or swelling for a safe and effective treatment. occurs, please consult your physician immediately. Keep the treated area clean, use at least SPF 15 sunscreen How many treatments will I need? when going outdoors, and follow physician instructions The number of treatments needed will vary from patient carefully. to patient and your physician will personalize a treatment plan based on the level of improvement you desire. Your active individuals. physician may also combine your treatment with other How does ClearScan work? treatment. The ClearScan laser selectively targets your hair follicles and heats them with laser energy. Unlike other treatments, the laser beam treats many hairs at once, making treatment of large areas practical. The ClearScan utilizes a unique computer-guided scanning system that automates the treatment, ensuring your skin is rapidly and evenly treated. The computer places the beam in an optimum pattern for your skin to experience a safe, effective and popular aesthetic procedures to further personalize your What will happen during the procedure? Your physician will discuss the treatment with you and decide if you need a topical anesthetic cream. The area of your skin that is to be treated will be scanned with laser light. Treatment time will depend on the size of the area to be treated. The continuous cooling feature will ensure your comfort and safety during treatment. Since gentle treatment. the sensation varies from individual to individual, a topical Can all skin colors be treated? you are very sensitive. Yes, all skin types from light to dark can be treated. Can tanned skin be treated? Yes, tanned skin can be treated safely. However, always inform your physician if you have been tanning, using tanning products, or have experienced prolonged exposure to the sun within the last three weeks. Your physician will then adjust your treatment regimen accordingly to give you the safest and most effective experience. anesthetic can be provided. Let your physician know if Is there a risk of complications? Temporary pigmentation changes are possible but seldom occur. Always discuss your concerns with your physician prior to treatment.
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