Laser therapy is a breakthrough treatment that can improve the lives of millions of Americans suffering from a variety of skin ailments
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 18, 2007
Acne, wrinkles, blemishes and sun spots -- they may not be life threatening, but for millions of Americans, both young and old, they're a problem that just won't go away.
ABC's Good Morning America is taking a closer look this week at a new treatment for troubled skin called Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) -- and one device in particular is the Sunetics Acne Laser, which is achieving remarkable results for patients, regardless of age, ethnicity or skin type. The Good Morning America report is scheduled to air on Wednesday, July 18th between 8:00 - 8:30 a.m. (EST).
"Laser therapy is a breakthrough treatment that can improve the lives of millions of Americans suffering from a variety of skin ailments," said Dr. Charles Maricle, president of Sunetics International. "The ability of low level lasers to heal and revitalize the skin, as well as the hair, has been extensively noted by a number of leading doctors and health care providers over the years, and now is the time for consumers to take advantage of this important new treatment."
Laser technology has rapidly evolved over the past decade as an effective treatment for skin conditions, hair loss and wound healing. The technology has also been adapted to be easier to use for consumers -- hand-held units are now available so consumers can treat themselves in the privacy of their own homes.
Sunetics breakthrough technology is unique due to the fact that one hand-held unit has several interchangeable heads for different types of treatments.
The original Sunetics Laser Hair Brush is now available with a removable head that can be replaced with one of four attachments (each costing $250) for use on acne, facial wrinkles, hair, skin pigmentation and pain relief/wound healing. Each attachment contains light eminating diodes (LEDs) that produce specific wavelengths of light targeted to treat a particular condition.
Patients who use at-home skin and hair laser treatments will spend less money over time than those who make monthly visits to the doctor's office or aesthetician.
The Nation's Leading Provider of LLLT:
Sunetics International is a manufacturer of professional-grade laser systems for both in-office and at-home treatments. The company currently provides both its clinical laser "hood" systems and hand-held laser units to dermatologists, hair restoration physicians and other health care practitioners around the country and internationally. These include:
- Laser Hair Brush -- This hand-held laser device is cordless, portable, rechargeable and easy for patients to use in the privacy of their own homes. Average treatment time is just 10 to 15 minutes per day, three times per week. Now featuring interchangeable attachments for various skin treatments.
- Clinical Laser Model E -- This is an in-office laser system available for physicians and medically supervised facilities. It provides 100-percent scalp coverage and is the most advanced LLLT device featuring 107 individual laser diodes. This unit is available in both the U.S. and internationally. Average treatment time is just 15 to 30 minutes.
Sunetics International's own clinical surveys have shown that as a result of its laser therapy program, 86 percent of patients reported healthier hair, 78 percent claimed to have thicker hair and 76 percent had fuller hair and 85 percent of clients were satisfied overall.
Sunetics is currently preparing to submit its Laser Hair Brush for FDA review as an approved treatment for growing hair.
For more information about Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) products from Sunetics, visit http://www.sunetics.com or call 1-877-777-8818. To read GMA's online report, visit http://www.abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=3389231.
Sunetics International is a leading U.S. manufacturer of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) products that are regularly used by doctors for the treatment of weak or thinning hair. Sunetics also offers devices for acne, wrinkles and skin rejuvenation. Established in 2003, Sunetics is a registered cosmetic manufacturer with the FDA and provides both hand-held laser devices and in-office laser units. For further marketing information, contact John Carullo at 877-777-8818 Website: http://www.sunetics.com