Surgical Aesthetics

JAN-FEB 2014

For plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery trends, techniques and equipment, plastic and cosmetic surgeons turn to Surgical Aesthetics for the latest on breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty and more.

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The Greer Medical SeromaCath Wound Drainage System is designed to treat post-operative seromas following mastectomy, axillary dissection, groin dissection, latissimus dorsi flap, TRAM flap, liposuction, abdominoplasty and breast augmentation. The set contains original, long and blunt catheters for common seromas, deep abdominoplasty seromas and breast implant seromas, plus the 100cc silicone bulb Sapphire Suction Reservoir with anti-reflux valve and clip. Contact: 805.962.5883, Patients can prolong the results of their aesthetic procedures with Vitamin C Serum 10% from Dermesse Medical Grade Skin Care. The serum, which comes in a one-ounce glass amber bottle and dries to a silky finish, features l-ascorbic acid and antioxidants to stimulate collagen and protect skin against UV rays and damaging free radicals. Contact: 866.494.4466, Form and function combine for better patient care in the MTI 400 Series Quad-power Procedure Tables. Features include low entry height, multiple widths, steel frame construction, ultra-quiet DC motors, multiple-positioning capabilities and choice of foot control, remote hand control, or back mounted hand switches with auto return. Contact: 800.924.4655, Incorporate the benefits of platelet-rich plasma in your practice with the Vampire PRP Success System from Eclipse Aesthetics. The system includes one oscillating microneedle pen, one compatible centrifuge, nine sterile RegenLab PRP kits (three single, three double and three quad kits), a 12-month license to market the Vampire FaceLift, marketing materials, and a listing on the company's physician finder website. Contact: 800.759.6876, Simulate procedure outcomes with the 3D LifeViz from Cosmofrance. The handheld device offers wireless image transfer and 3D reconstruction of photos. Once saved on the computer, the images can be customized to illustrate potential outcomes to help physicians manage patient expectations and improve satisfaction. Contact: 305.538.0110, January/February 2014 ❘ 31

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