The Aesthetic Society is dedicated to partnering with best-in-class organizations who understand the unique needs of aesthetic plastic surgeons and share a mission that aligns with its overall ethos, says the society’s president.
The Aesthetic Society has added Entrepix Medical, LLC, a medical technology startup focused on applying advanced nano-polishing technology used in microchip manufacturing to medical devices as an Alliance Partner.
According to the company, Entrepix Medical utilizes semiconductor nano-polishing technology to produce radically patient-focused surgical blades that provide an smooth, precise, and consistent cutting surface, minimizing surgically induced tissue trauma. By eliminating manufacturing grind defects, the patented Planatome Technology is designed to redefine surgical expectations with improved post-operative outcomes, such as faster healing with less infections, increased wound strength with reduced scarring, and less pain with reduced nerve damage.
“We are thrilled to join forces with an exceptional industry leader like Entrepix Medical who has devoted years to advancing technology in support of our fellow plastic surgeons,” says Herluf Lund, Jr., MD, president of The Aesthetic Society, in a release. “The Aesthetic Society is dedicated to partnering with best-in-class organizations who understand the unique needs of aesthetic plastic surgeons and share a mission that aligns with our overall ethos.”
Entrepix Medical (Planatome) joins other Alliance Partners including: Abbott, AMS RRG, Canfield Scientific, CareCredit, CosmetAssure, InMode, Revance, SENTE, and Symplast.