Tria Beauty, Inc.
|Tria Beauty, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140039473||Dermatological Treatment Device With Real-Time Energy Control - A dermatological treatment device may include a device body; a radiation source housed by the device body and configured to emit pulses of treatment light for delivery to the skin to provide a dermatological treatment; a photo detector housed by the device body and configured to detect light from the skin; and control electronics housed by the device body and configured to: during the delivery of a particular treatment light pulse from the radiation source, receive signals from the photo detector; during the delivery of the particular treatment light pulse, automatically calculate at least one pulse parameter value for the particular treatment light pulse based at least on the signals received from the photo detector; and automatically control at least one parameter of the particular treatment light pulse based on the at least one calculated pulse parameter value for the particular treatment light pulse.||02-06-2014|
|20130253487||Dermatological Treatment Device with One or More Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSEL) - A device for providing laser-based dermatological treatments may include a device body having an application end, a VCSEL laser supported in the device body and including multiple emitter zones, each emitter zone comprising one or more micro-emitters, each micro-emitter configured to emit a micro-beam, wherein at least two of the multiple emitter zones are configured such that the micro-beam emitted by the micro-emitters of the at least two emitter zones form a combined beam through the application end of the device to provide a treatment spot on the skin, and electronics coupled to the at least two emitter zones and configured to control the at least two emitter zones independently.||09-26-2013|
|20130190845||Edge-Lit Apparatus and Methods for Providing Light-Based Therapy - An edge-lit device for providing light-based dermatological treatment is provided. The device may include a panel having internally reflective properties for reflecting light, the panel defining a front surface, a rear surface, a perimeter, and one or more edges extending along one or more portions of the perimeter. A rear reflector may be disposed adjacent the rear surface. The device may include one or more light emitting diodes (LEDs) positioned along at least one of the panel edges and configured to emit light into the panel such that at least a portion of the LED-emitted light reflects off the rear reflector and projects out of the panel through the panel front surface. The wavelength of the LED-emitted light may be suitable for dermatological treatment, such that LED-emitted light projecting out through the front surface of the panel may be useful for providing dermatological treatment to a user.||07-25-2013|
|20100069898||Acne Treatment Method, System and Device - An acne treatment system, device and method includes optical visualization means for identifying areas of skin colonized by the||03-18-2010|
|20090270848||Optical Sensor and Method for Identifying the Presence of Skin and the Pigmentation of Skin - Apparatus and methods are provided to control a device, such as a light emitting dermatologic or cosmetic treatment device, and ensure that the device is in contact with skin while also determining the pigmentation level of skin. One or more light sources contact the skin and one or more detectors measure spectral remission from the skin. The obtained remission measurements are compared with known skin spectral remission values, and calibration allows measurements of absolute remission to be converted to fractional remission values. Skin pigmentation levels are compared to known base-line levels to determine and control appropriate treatment parameters. A temperature sensor allows correction for temperature variations. The apparatus may or may not be incorporated into the treatment device.||10-29-2009|
|20090204109||Eye-Safe Dermatologic Treatment Apparatus and Method - A dermatologic treatment apparatus is disclosed which includes one or more housings with at least one housing configured for manipulation in a dermatologic treatment procedure, a light source, and an electrical circuit. The circuit energizes the light source to produce output light pulses. A light path includes an aperture through which eye-safe light pulses are propagated having properties sufficient for providing efficacious treatment. An optical diffuser is disposed along the light path to reduce the integrated radiance to an eye-safe level. The apparatus produces an output fluence not less than 4 J/cm||08-13-2009|
Patent applications by Tria Beauty, Inc.