Sciton Releases the Latest Version of the Joule X Platform

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The Joule X platform, a laser and light system created for medical spa treatments, recently received an upgrade that incorporates smart technology into the software. “We are bringing even more value with novel technology offerings, including Sciton IQ, a revolutionary cloud computing data intelligence program empowering practices with system and treatment data analytics to gather business insights," says Aaron Burton, Sciton’s chief operating officer.  

The Sciton IQ features data and dashboard audit reports on specific procedures, which can be used for planning. Another addition to the platform is ClearSilk, which improves the skin's minor imperfections, reduces redness, and minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment can be used in all seasons unlike other laser treatments, which leave the skin sensitive to summer sun.  

"Joule X takes Sciton’s technology into the future, responding directly to physician partner requests, delivering critical real-time data," says Arisa Ortiz, M.D. and assistant professor of medicine at the University of California San Diego.


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