Brisbane, California-based Cutera is a leading provider of laser and other energy-based aesthetic systems for practitioners worldwide. Since 1998, Cutera has been developing innovative, easy-to-use products that enable physicians and other qualified practitioners to offer safe and effective aesthetic treatments to their patients.
I am very excited about the updates to the new excel V+. The changes are hugely impactful in the day-to-day practice. In particular, the larger spot sizes make treatments faster. A treatment that used to take 15-20 min can be done in 3-5 minutes, without increased discomfort. That makes a very meaningful difference for both practitioners and patients. - Kelly Stankiewicz, M.D., The Dermatology House, Park City, UT
I am very pleased to have collaborated with Cutera’s R&D team on the development of the excel V+. The technological advancements of the new laser enhance an already best-in-class platform. The new capabilities will transform patient experience, and the advancement of the technology means I will be able to treat veins and vascular lesions and skin pigmentation more efficiently, precisely and with improved results. - Vic Ross, M.D., Scripps Clinic, San Diego, CA
excel V+ is the latest generation laser technology for vascular and pigmentation treatments. With design input from leading dermatologists, excel V+ delivers the power, precision, and performance to treat indications from challenging vascular and pigmentary conditions to today’s most common skin concerns.
This fast, comfortable, state-of-the-art laser technology is used to treat superficial and deep vascular skin conditions, such as rosacea, spider veins, and pigmented lesions including freckles and sunspots.
The power of excel V+ is in the adjustable wavelength and spot size specifications that allow physicians to customize treatments for individual skin conditions: short pulses for superficial blemishes, such as small lesions and skin discoloration, and longer pulses for deeper vascular conditions, such as leg veins and angiomas.