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Sciton: Joule & BBL > Syneron vs Sciton or other?

Looking to purchase a new laser for Skin Tightening. Trying to decide between a few different options from various laser companies, but would like opinions from doctors who have used these.

From what I have seen so far we will most likely choose either the Syneron eTwo with Sublative / Sublime or the Sciton Profractional with SkinTyte II. We do have several lasers in our office, but looking to safely treat variety of skin types with good results. (Isn't everyone). The eTwo is fairly new I believe, (as far as the combining of these treatments), but I know that the Syneron Sublative RF treatment was on the EMatrix. Sciton has the Sciton Joule with these available.

Does anyone have any experience with either of these? How satisfied are your patients? With Syneron there is a disposable aspect which is pretty costly. Worth it? What do you charge per treatment?

Thanks everyone, really appreciate the help!

07.27 | Registered CommenterJJ

I just bought out another clinic that has a Syneron eMax and am selling it to purchase some Sciton equipment. My personal opinion is that Syneron is an inferior laser set up.

07.28 | Unregistered CommenterLH

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