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Motivated by the power of its groundbreaking technologies, Viora’s clinical team together with the leading Key Opinion Leaders worldwide, have developed clinically-proven treatments, designed to provide precise and safest clinical outcomes. These procedures are clinically trialed continuously, and results are published frequently. Read here Viora’s peer-review articles, White Papers, scientific papers and more.
Clinical outcomes using Viora’s SVC™ Technology: Patients’ Satisfaction, Safety and ComfortWhite Paper: Inna Belenky (Ph.D.)
The main limitation of the first generation of fractional RF systems is the inability to create sufficient coagulation/necrosis without ablating the epidermal layer, or have the ability to ablate the epidermis without coagulation/necrosis. Viora’s SVC™ technology represents the second generation...
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Intense Pulsed Light Pulse Configuration Manipulation Can Resolve the Classic Conflict Between Safety and EfficacyPeer-review: Inna Belenky PhD, Cruzy Tagger MD, and Andrea Bingham RE
The widely used intense pulse light (IPL) technology was first commercially launched to the medical market in 1994 and similar to lasers, is based on the basic principle of selective photothermolysis. The main conflict during treatments with light-based technologies is between safety and efficac...
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Viora’s PCR™ Technology Further Enhances the Efficacy of Long Pulse Nd:YAG LaserWhite Paper: Cruzy Tagger (M.D.) and Inna Belenky (Ph.D.)
Introduction: The 1064 nm Neodymium-YAG laser have been widely used for hair removal, treatment of vascular lesions, skin photo-rejuvenation and more. Development of the long pulsed Nd:YAG technology has enabled delivery of macropulses, consisting of a series of synchronized sub-pulses which is beli...
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Exploring Channeling Optimized Radiofrequency Energy: a Review of Radiofrequency History and Applications in Esthetic FieldsPeer-review: Inna Belenky, Ariel Margulis, Monica Elman, Udi Bar-Yosef, Silviu D. Paun
Introduction Because of its high efficiency and safety, radiofrequency (RF) energy is widely used in the dermatological field for heating biological tissue in various esthetic applications, including skin tightening, skin lifting, body contouring, and cellulite reduction. This paper reviews the l...
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Bi-Polar RF, Still the Gold Standard for Non-Invasive Fat Volume ReductionPeer-review: James K. M. Chan, Inna Belenky, Monica Elman
Background and Objective: Non-invasive body contouring treatments is one of the fastest growing markets in the aesthetic field. The main purpose of radiofrequency (RF)-based devices for body contouring is to produce thermal stimulus which leads to skin tightening effect by dermal collagen produc...
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Multi-channeling optimized radiofrequency energy: A new age in well-established radiofrequency technologyPeer-review: Cruzy Tagger, Inna Belenky
AIM To evaluate the safety and efficacy of Viora’s new multipolar radiofrequency (RF) handpiece. METHODS A group of twelve volunteers (11 females and 1 male) participated in the current study, ranging in age from 23-70 years with Fitzpatrick skin type ?-?. The inclusion criteria for the e...
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In-vitro and In-Vivo Clinical Outcomes Using Viora’s New Multi-CORE Technology with V-FORM HandpieceWhite Paper: Cruzy Tagger (M.D.) and Inna Belenky (Ph.D.)
Non-invasive procedures based on different technologies such as RF are mainly aimed at reducing fat volume. Recently, in the aesthetic market, new terms such as multi-polar, tri-polar, octi-polar, etc. have appeared. The main advantages of a multi-polar handpiece are the ability to create faster hea...
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CORE™ Technology for Cellulite and Body Shaping Treatments. A six-month clinical study and evaluationWhite Paper: Elman Monica, M.D
The aim of the study was to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the CORE™ (Channeling Optimized RF Energy) technology for cellulite treatments of buttocks, abdomen and thigh areas in female patients. Twenty four healthy, non-obese females (<29 BMI) ranging from 24 to 63 years of age, with ...
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