For clinicians serious about delivering industry-leading skin consultations and treatment progress tracking, the new updates to the OBSERV 520 skin observation platform will yet again place you at the top of the game.
New tools and features
- The OBSERV iPad app now features Advanced Imaging System (AIS) software which gives clinicians greater flexibility and control during skin consults. Formerly examination photos could only be taken front on, whereas now with the AIS feature, together with a set of installable mirrors and an ergonomic, rotating chinrest — clinicians can take full-face digital images front on, and at angles of 40 and 90 degrees.
- The new FaceNotes feature allows you to draw directly on examination images to highlight areas of concern, providing greater clarity and interactivity between the clinician and client during skin consultations.
- The app can now be customised with your own treatments and product range to create an organic transition from skin examination to treatment recommendations and solid bookings.
- Digital client notes can now be added to the images to detail client’s treatment history, medication usage and any other important information that is relevant to your client’s skin health journey.
Dynamic Reporting Feature
The new Dynamic Reporting feature enables you to create fully comprehensive client reports that outline identified skin concerns, proposed treatment plans, before and after treatment photos, split view photos and personalised client treatment notes for a highly professional and detailed document that can be shared with clients. Reports can be customised to feature your own logo to further personalise your professional documentation.
Discover the impressive new features available now
These updates work to enhance the classic features of the OBSERV which include outstanding side-by-side comparison photos, before and after treatment images, recommended treatment plans and 6 different skin observation modes to dramatically highlight skin irregularities and imbalances that are not visible to the naked eye.