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Motivated by the power of its groundbreaking technologies, Viora’s clinical team together with the leading Key Opinion Leaders worldwide, have developed clinically-proven treatments, designed to provide precise and safest clinical outcomes. These procedures are clinically trialed continuously, and results are published frequently. Read here Viora’s peer-review articles, White Papers, scientific papers and more.
The Elegant Resolution for Fat Accumulation and Cellulite Reduction by Viora LipoElim™ TreatmentWhite Paper: Inna Belenky (PhD)
Mesotherapy treatments have been used for body contouring throughout the last decades, involving injections of very small amounts of naturally occurring substances and minerals into the fatty layer. Contrary to classic mesotherapy, the use of electro-mesotherapy does not involve a series of injectio...
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CORE™ Technology: Understanding Penetration Depths of Different RF ModesWhite Paper: Mor Cohen M.Sc., Udi Bar-Yosef, PhD.
Reaction™'s CORE™ technology incorporates unique variable frequency settings to precisely control RF penetration depth in underlying tissue. This article explains the theoretical basis for this technology and presents the results of an in-vivo clinical study conducted to confirm this theory on t...
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Viora’s PCR™ Technology Further Enhances the Efficacy of Long Pulse Nd:YAG LaserWhite Paper: Cruzy Tagger (M.D.) and Inna Belenky (Ph.D.)
Introduction: The 1064 nm Neodymium-YAG laser have been widely used for hair removal, treatment of vascular lesions, skin photo-rejuvenation and more. Development of the long pulsed Nd:YAG technology has enabled delivery of macropulses, consisting of a series of synchronized sub-pulses which is beli...
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Intense Pulsed Light Pulse Configuration Manipulation Can Resolve the Classic Conflict Between Safety and EfficacyPeer-review: Inna Belenky PhD, Cruzy Tagger MD, and Andrea Bingham RE
The widely used intense pulse light (IPL) technology was first commercially launched to the medical market in 1994 and similar to lasers, is based on the basic principle of selective photothermolysis. The main conflict during treatments with light-based technologies is between safety and efficac...
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