Alma Lasers Ships 2,000th Harmony System
Alma Lasers Ships 2,000th Harmony System Alma Lasers Ltd. announced today the shipment of the 2,000th Harmony system, a milestone for the company.
The Harmony is an expandable platform for multiple aesthetic laser and light technologies for a wide range of aesthetic and medical applications. Alma Lasers has installed Harmony systems in over 45 countries worldwide.A testament to the sustaining popularity of this system is that the time from the shipment of the 1,000th system to the 2,000th is half the time it took from the 1st system to the 1,000th, according to Ziv Karni, PhD, President of Alma Lasers. “Our customers are loyal to Harmony.
It offers the widest range of applications and can be customized to suit the unique needs of a growing diversity of practices. It really is the most affordable way today to offer these kinds of aesthetic services.”
Harmony incorporates up to nine discrete technologies (significantly more than any other company’s single system) for treating diverse cutaneous conditions, including skin rejuvenation, permanent hair reduction, deep dermal heating, several forms of acne, pigmented lesions, scars, striae, vascular lesions, leg veins, vitiligo, psoriasis and tattoos, as well as the increasing popular treatment, fractional ablative skin resurfacing. The Harmony system is FDA cleared for over 60 clinical indications, a remarkable achievement.For many applications, Harmony offers multiple modalities to ensure every patient receives the treatment protocol best suited to their particular condition. In addition to Alma Lasers’ signature AFT™ broadband light modules, UV module and 1064-nm Q-switched and long-pulse Nd:YAG laser modules, Harmony incorporates a Pixel 2940nm module, a 1320-nm Nd:YAG module and a 2940-nm Er:YAG module.
Harmony customers have the option of incorporating any or all of the available technologies, whenever suits their practice. They can begin with one or two modules and allow their aesthetic practice to grow. When they are ready to add a new service, it is as simple as adding a new module, not buying a new system.“Each Harmony upgrade costs far less than another stand-alone system yet provides similar performance,” explains Howard Kelly, Alma Lasers’ CEO, “so it has proven to be a really popular system for both new aesthetic practices, who want to start out with one module and then add-on as their practice grows and with veteran laser practices, who like the flexibility for scheduling that the system enables.”