Viora’s V20 multi-technology system receives CE mark

27 November 2014 (Last Updated November 27th, 2014 18:30)

US-based medical aesthetic solutions provider Viora has received CE mark approval for its V20 multi-technology system, designed to provide better clinical efficacy and patient satisfaction.

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US-based medical aesthetic solutions provider Viora has received CE mark approval for its V20 multi-technology system, designed to provide better clinical efficacy and patient satisfaction.

As part of the V-Series platform, the V20 system allows easy incorporation of additional technologies when developed.

Physicians will gain unprecedented flexibility by adding V20's technologies to their practices and the ability to use the company's combination protocols.

The multi-technology system features PulseConfiguRythm (PCR) light technology for treating hair removal, skin rejuvenation, pigmentation and vascular lesions, as well as acne clearance, by generating various pulse structures.

PCR provides adjustable pulse duration from single to rapid pulse, ensuring that every skin type and condition can be treated. It is incorporated in the V-IPL handpiece featuring five interchangeable filters and contact cooling.

"Attaining CE certification for the V20 multi-technology platform strengthens Viora's commitment to customers as we continue to deliver advanced technology developments."

Viora general manager Meital Ben Tovim said: "Attaining CE certification for the V20 multi-technology platform strengthens Viora's commitment to customers as we continue to deliver advanced technology developments.

"The V20 system is a need-to-have workhorse for aesthetic practitioners, promising better clinical efficacy and improved flexibility, while utilizing Viora's unique combination treatment protocols."

The system also includes Switching, Vacuum, Cooling (SVC) technology for skin resurfacing, skin rejuvenation, improvement of skin texture and tone and acne scar clearance.

The SVC technology, which is available in the V-FR handpiece that is not cleared for marketing in the US, delivers penetration depth control and allows practitioners to determine the desired biological response and customise treatments for patient' needs.

Additionally, the system comprises channeling optimised RF energy (CORE) multi-RF technology, which performs skin tightening using the V-ST handpiece.


Image: Viora's V20 multi-technology system features advanced PCR, SVC and CORE technologies to assist medical aesthetic practitioners. Photo: courtesy of Viora.