SmartXide Tetra CO2
Patients of all ages are seeking fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing. However, with today’s fast-paced lifestyles, everyone wants the results without the lengthy recoveries. The SmartXide Tetra CO2 laser is one of the most advanced CO2 laser technologies available, with the ability to perform a broad range of treatments including a CoolPeel™ treatment. You can easily select the precise power, density, and pulse durations needed to tailor and optimize treatments to fit your patients’ expectations.
The SmartXide Tetra CO2 is manufactured by DEKA, Europe’s top aesthetic laser manufacturer.
Applications of the Tetra CO2 laser:
- Fine Lines
- Sun Spots
- Brown Spots
Key Benefits of the Smartxide Tetra CO2
With the SmartXide Tetra CO2, you have more control than with any other CO2 device. For instance, it has more scanning patterns than its predecessor, the SmartXide Dot CO2 laser. Whether your patients are looking for a CoolPeel™ with minimal downtime, a treatment for the delicate area around the eyes, or a one-week surface ablation of wrinkles, this DEKA SmartXide CO2 Laser interface will allow you to deliver treatments with unparalleled precision. It’s a one-of-a-kind CO2 laser for acne scars, wrinkles, dark spots, sun spots, and more.
Four Emission Modes
The unmatched versatility of the SmartXide CO2 laser is possible because of the four available pulse modes and the exclusive PSD™ technology that enables full control over the pulse shape. The Tetra SmartXide laser features three fractional pulse modes: SP (Smart Pulse), DP (DEKA Pulse), and HP (High Pulse), as well as a standard CW mode.
The operator has complete control with the SmartXide Tetra CO2 handpiece, which eliminates the need to turn to a touchscreen display. Unlike older models, the GUI is modernized with the ability to make timely changes that conform to each individual patient’s anatomy and conditions. Its innovative “spray” mode minimizes pattern overlap while maximizing speed of treatment – unique to the Tetra laser.
The Tetra CO2 laser, which is commonly known as the “CoolPeel laser”, is the only technology that can perform a CoolPeel™. The CoolPeel™ leverages the exclusive H-Pulse: a high-peak-power short pulse that delivers a fully-ablative treatment without causing thermal damage to surrounding tissue. Without thermal damage, downtime is drastically minimized. At the same time, the system delivers impressive superficial, skin-resurfacing results.
The Cartessa CoolPeel improves:
- The appearance of fine lines
- Sun damage
- Pore size
- Skin texture
Providers claim the Tetra CO2 Coolpeel laser as the best CO2 laser for acne scars, best sun spot removal laser, best laser for dark spots, and best laser for wrinkles.
Smartxide Tetra CO2 & CoolPeel Before and Afters
Individual results and treatments needed may vary.
"I've always been skeptical of devices but the Tetra CO2 has been a complete game changer! I almost like it more than injectables!" Joshua Davis, RN BSN
"The scanner on the Tetra unit is very sophisticated. You can treat aggressively and non-aggressively with makes the Tetra a great platform to do rejuvenation." Emil Tanghetti, MD. Dermatologist
"The CoolPeel allows me to treat patients in my office in under ten minutes and offer them a predictable skin renewal treatment with minimal downtime." Carey Nease, MD. Cosmetic & Facial Plastic Surgeon
"I love the CoolPeel as it is a great way to get the benefits of CO2 resurfacing - improvement of fine lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation - without the downtime." Lindsay Sturm, DO. Plastic Surgeon
"Nothing else out there on the market that can do what the CoolPeel and Tetra CO2 can do." Carey Nease, MD. Cosmetic & Facial Plastic Surgeon
"We've been looking forward to having a minimally downtime CO2, and we get that with the Tetra." Emil Tanghetti, MD. Dermatologist
"No one matches DEKA’s advancements in CO2 technology — and the Tetra CO2 is even more impressive than it’s predecessor from DEKA, the SmartXide Dot." Gabe Lubin, Cartessa Aesthetics Founder and CEO
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