DenaVe- The New Gold Standard for Vascular Laser Technology
The Only 585nm Diode Delivered via Fiber Optic
This unique design makes it the first compact laser to output the same wavelength as a dye in either continuous or pulsed modes. Treatments can be performed with minimal risk of purpura for patients and virtually zero cost of ownership for the provider.
The DenaVe is manufactured exclusively by Quanta System Aesthetic Division for Cartessa Aesthetics.
Technology that Delivers Results
Individual results and treatments needed may vary.
Treatments can be tailored to meet the needs of each patient, by use of the advanced scanner design – the first ever in vascular technology – EliteScan™. EliteScan offers adjustable area size, selectable filling mode, and has unmatched precision- eliminating unwanted heat to areas that are not being treated thus reducing unnecessary side effects and downtime.
Applications of the DenaVe Laser:
- Vascular Lesions
- Diffuse Telangiectasias
- Superficial Port-Wine Stains
What the Professionals are Saying About DenaVe
"Having a high performing vascular laser is crucial to my practice. Cartessa's DenaVe has solved the problem for high maintenance costs, and it has now replaced the KTP/YAG as my practice's vascular laser." Thomas Griffin Jr., MD. Dermatologist
"DenaVe is a great solution for physicians looking for a device that offers results for vascular and pigment, with minimal cost of ownership." Mark Halsey, MD. Dermatologist
“The DenaVe is a prime example of Cartessa’s commitment to sourcing not just those devices that out-perform clinically, but those that offer a better financial model for practices." Gabe Lubin, Cartessa Aesthetics Founder and CEO
"We are seeing excellent, durable results from well-tolerated treatments with the DenaVe." Nazanin Saedi, MD. Dermatologist
"Amazing results, little discomfort and no downtime." Thomas Griffin Jr., MD Dermatologist
Key Benefits of the DenaVe
The DenaVe laser is the only vascular device to integrate scanner technology in the laser handpiece. Via the advanced EliteScan scanner technology, it is possible to select desired filling mode, multiple shapes, adjust area size and spot pitch. Operators have complete visibility into the beam’s delivery. The beam can be adjusted easily and quickly via the LED control in the handpiece to match the vessels or pigment shape and size. This precision ensures exact results while mitigating unnecessary heat to unaffected areas.
Minimized Side Effects
There are many advancements that allow the DenaVe to minimize possible side effects like purpura and discomfort. First, the DenaVe comes with an integrated Zimmer chiller to maximize patient comfort and minimize clinical downtime. Second, the DenaVe reduces the occurrence of purpura by employing selective photothermolysis — delivering the ideal wavelength, fluence and pulse width to be shorter than the thermal relaxation time of the vessels. Lastly, patented EliteScan™ technology enables precise delivery to avoid outside areas and unnecessary side effects.
Better Business Model
The DenaVe is a prime example of Cartessa’s commitment to sourcing not just those devices that out-perform clinically, but those that offer a better financial model for practices. A significant pain-point for pulsed dye owners is the heavy financial burden to maintain the device — both the cost of consumables and annual maintenance costs. Because DenaVe is a diode laser delivered via fiberoptic, it is extremely resilient allowing practices to do away with excessive service contracts. There are no consumables or annual maintenance costs making the DenaVe a better financial option.
Learn More About DenaVe
Watch our webinar featuring Dermatologist Mark Halsey as he discusses two key advancements for his dermatology practice – the DenaVe vascular laser and the Tetra CO2. Both devices represent significant steps forward in gold-standard aesthetic technologies. Learn why.
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