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Reliant Technologies

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Mountain View, Calif., aesthetics device maker announces 510(k) clearance July 2 of its Fraxel re:pair laser with Fractional Deep Dermal Ablation for ablation, coagulation and skin resurfacing based on data from an ongoing, 200-patient, 10-site clinical trial. In the first phase of the trial, over 75% of patients treated with Fraxel re:pair showed improved appearance of rhytids, vascular dyschromia, pigmentation and skin laxity. Two later phases are evaluating the device for scar treatment. Reliant's other lasers on the market include Fraxel re:store for skin resurfacing and scar and wrinkle treatment, and Fraxel re:fine for gentle skin rejuvenation...

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