Venue™ Family - Made for Aesthetic Medicine
To ensure safer, more accurate aesthetic medicine procedures, the Venue Family of ultrasound systems has been designed for easy-to-use and high-quality imaging to guide anatomical precision of needle-based treatments.
Safer and more accurate procedures with Point of Care ultrasound
With greater numbers of healthy individuals undergoing cosmetic aesthetic treatments, image-guided ultrasound is key. It can help with injectable precision and resolving or preventing complications.
No two patients have the same anatomy under the skin. Ensure the safety of your patients by knowing for certain where facial vascular structures are when injecting dermal filler products. This is vital to avoid adverse events. Complications can include skin nodules, necrosis or even blindness.
Using ultrasound to magnify facial anatomy in aesthetic medicine improves visibility of vascular mobility in 3D and shows the tissue that is being injected. This gives practitioners greater accuracy and confidence.
Monitor Treatment Placement
Ultrasound highlights what filler is doing and how it behaves in the body once administered to give better results.
What our users say
Why Dr. Parda uses ultrasound in her daily routine
Ultrasound in aesthetic medicine
For 40 years we have injected ‘blind’ in plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine. Previously, we had in our mind’s eye the anatomic structures of the face, the body and skin layers. Ultrasound mapping is a revolution, giving with live and dynamic vision, a higher level of accuracy and safety to our patients.
Dr Benjamin Ascher, Plastic Surgeon, Paris, France
Ultrasound for aesthetic medicine has been around for 15 years, but it is only now that we’re starting to see it as such a valuable tool in cosmetic procedures. Almost all other medical specialties use ultrasound for image guidance in their clinical procedures, yet it has low use in aesthetic medicine. As you cannot see underneath the skin, ultrasound helps to visualise underlying facial anatomy to create safer patient procedures. We have seen a rise in complication consultations associated with cosmetic fillers in the Netherlands. Ten years ago, I had a consultation once every six weeks; now, there are six of us two full days per week and a three-month waiting list. We started using ultrasound to see fillers and this also showed that there was anatomy visible under the skin and that a lot of dissolvable filler complications are injector related.
Dr. Leonie Schelke MD PhD, Cosmetic Physician Phlebologist, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Using ultrasound needs time to learn, as with any new technology, but after these first steps, it will be like your third eye. In a few minutes of this dynamic examination, you will really understand the potential ultrasound has in your daily practice. In a pre-mapping procedures you can check vessels, highlight the presence of previous filler products, observe the integration of hyaluronic acid in time, find threads under the skin, find anatomical asymmetry and many other conditions. Last but not the least, you can inject with echo guidance. Ultrasound can help you be sure of a patient’s aesthetic medicine history. Even if they say they haven’t had any procedures before, a look under the skin can highlight the presence of silicon, hyaluronic acid or other filler products. If you don’t check, you take the risk of complications.
Hugues Cartier, Dermatologist, Centre Médical Saint Jean, Arras, France
Look through the skin to understand the variation in facial anatomy
Point of Care Ultrasound for aesthetic practice ranges from pocket-sized portable devices to compact-sized carts and tabletop systems. The range of systems and high-frequency probes have been designed for ease-of-use and high-quality imaging to guide anatomical precision of needle-based procedures and monitor aesthetic medicine treatments.
14” flat screen display monitor on compact-sized cart or with a kickstand for tabletop use. Sleek in design, it provides practice professionalism through high-quality ultrasound for vibrant facial imaging.
What our users say
Dr. Parda about her experiences with Vscan and Venue
L4-20t-RS Button Probe
The L4-20t-RS lightweight button probe enables professionals to gain high-frequency imagery of superficial structures while also being able to penetrate deeper without compromising image quality. It assists when performing needle procedures and can control multiple parameters from the probe itself one-handed.
The L10-22-RS probe is a smaller ultrasound transducer for assessing contour areas around the eyes.
Pocket-sized probe integrating with mobile application. Rechargeable and versatile, it offers black and white mode for displaying anatomy in real-time and colour-coded overlay for real-time blood flow imaging.
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