Dermograph Skin Analysis
Overview of Dermograph Skin Analysis
At Rejuvenative, your skin consultation begins with Dermograph™; the world’s first Transdermal Skin Analysis system. Dermograph™ helps you to get your skincare goals by enabling your clinician to precisely customize a treatment plan based upon your individual requirements. The Dermograph Skin analysis system was devised by leading Dermoscopic Plastic Surgery and Bio-physicist team in us.
The System uses a combination of 3 analysis technologies:
- Spectroscopy and
The transdermal imager reaches the dermal layer of the skin 2mm underneath the epidermis. At this level, it can recognize several structural elements of the skin.
Based on the patient’s specific analytical data, the computer software produces a quick and precise diagnosis of your basic skin concerns in minutes and helps our clinicians recommend a treatment plan that will suit the needs of your skin.
Dermograph Skin Analysis FAQ's
The Dermograph handset produces a special light of different wavelengths. This light penetrates into the skin and sends information back to the receiver to decode the feedback ( similar to an ultrasound examination device).
In the skin, different structures absorb a specific wavelength of light, and due to this, the rebounding information can provide both qualitative and quantitative information regarding these skin structures.
As mentioned above, the Dermograph makes use of three dermal analysis technologies to provide a thorough evaluation of your dermal layer beneath the skin’s surface.
Dermoscopy: Dermotoscopes are used on a large scale for skin cancer checks in clinical medicine.
Spectroscopy: Spectroscopy is the study of how matter interacts with the emitted energy. This determines the skin profile by making analysis of how skin structures and elements such as moisture, oil, glands, melanin and collagen interact with different wavelengths of visible light.
Nanotechnology: Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter at an atomic and molecular scale. Making use of a special effect that happens with such a manipulation of visible light when it interacts with the skin we can decode the state of the skin’s structures.
The Demographic Report
Once the Dermograph has got the information it needs from the skin analysis, a computerized report is generated. Making use of the Dermograph for skin analysis leads to better clinical outcomes as the primary elements of concern in your dermal layers are being precisely recognized and targeted.
The key skin elements assessed are:
- Skin hydration
- Skin tone & texture
- Redness and capillaries
- Collagen and elasticity
We are proud to host the most extensive ranges of dermatological laser and light platforms right in one place.