Clinical Outcomes Using Viora’s PCR™ Technology: Patients’ Safety and Treatment Efficacy
Intense Pulsed Light technology was first commercially launched to the market for medical use in 1994 and similar to lasers, is based on the basic principle of photothermolysis. The combination of particular wavelengths, pulse durations, pulse intervals, and energy fluence, facilitates the treatment of a wide spectrum of skin conditions. The aim of this study was to investigate the safety and efficacy of Viora’s new PulseConfiguRhythm technology. Seventy-six volunteers were treated as follows: 6 patients underwent 8 bi-weekly acne clearance treatments, 39 patients underwent 6-12 hair removal treatments, 7 patients were treated for general skin rejuvenation, 13 patients were treated for pigmentation lesions and 11 patients were treated for vascular lesions. No serious adverse events were recorded. All patients that were treated for hair removal achieved significant hair clearance. The patients with facial rosacea responded the fastest to the treatment. 5 of the 6 patients that were treated for acne clearance achieved significant reduction in acne appearance. The results represented in this study show without any doubt that Viora’s new PCR™technology presents a safe and effective method for most popular light-based aesthetic procedures.