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Picosecond Tattoo Removal Technology – The Medical Aesthetic Industry

Author: Sathish Kumar
by Sathish Kumar
Posted: Jun 17, 2015

Medical Aesthetics is one field of medical sciences which has rapidly advanced on the technological forefront in the recent times. Medical aesthetics is a relatively new field and it is very much on the rise in terms of adoption rates. This is primarily due to the everlasting needs of people to look. This one trend is enough for the market to survive for a considerable period of time. The need for the usage of non-invasive or minimally invasive procedures/ technologies has increased exponentially in the recent times.

The advanced technologies currently being adopted include the likes of body contouring, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser & IPL, fat grafting and a few others. These technologies are being rapidly adopted by the big guns of the Aesthetic industry. Recently, the likes of Syneron Medical, a global leader in aesthetic device market showcased their revolutionary technologies at theAmerican Academy of Dermatology Meeting on March 20-24 in San Francisco. These technologies comprised of fastest clearing picosecond tattoo removal technology to a painless, non-invasive fat destruction system, to the latest in nonsurgical facial rejuvenation, Syneron Candela remains at the forefront of aesthetic technology.

The $70.5 billion acquisition of Allergan by Actavis Plc. is a strong sign of indication that the Medical Aesthetic device market is on the rise and is set to be a strong force in the medical device market globally. Other major trends include the economic recovery factored in along with the increasing awareness levels are boosting the medical aesthetic devices market on a global scale.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of cosmetic procedures amounted to nearly 15.1 million for the year 2013, a 3% increase over the previous year 2012. The number of procedures increased by nearly 12% in 2013 compared to the year 2000. These stats show the increased interest and awareness among the patients in undergoing cosmetic procedures.

Manufacturers are eyeing the regions of China, India and Japan of the Asia Pacific region as they are expecting the sales to double than the previous year's owing to the fact that there has been great inclination and interest towards undergoing various cosmetic surgeries is increasing significantly.

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