Between 1976 - when the first collagen implants appeared - and 2005, the year in which the first range of wrinkle filling gels developed by Anteis was launched - an amazing distance was covered!
|1996||First generation of resorbable gels based on hyaluronic acid of animal origin.|
|1998||Second generation of resorbable gels based on hyaluronic acid of non-animal origin - biphasic products.|
|2000||Third generation of resorbable gels based on hyaluronic acid of non-animal origin - monodensified, monophasic products.|
|2005||Fourth generation of monophasic resorbable gels based on hyaluronic acid from biofermentation (non-animal origin) - Esthélis Soft and Basic, with CPM (Cohesive Polydensified Matrix) technology, create a genuine revolution in the world of aesthetic dermatology.|
Anteis launches Fortelis Extra a resorbable implant based on hyaluronic acid from biofermentation (non-animal origin). Fortélis Extra's perfectly adapted elasticity makes it possible to work on the deepest wrinkles and folds and to model the face's contours and volumes.
|2009||Anteis Injection System - An automated injection system designed for local injections with Anteis aesthetic products.|
|2010||Anteis launches Modélis a cross-linked injectable resorbable implant to model face contours and reliefs.|
|2013||Anteis Aesthetics Cannulas.|
|2014||Anteis launches the filler range with lidocaine : Esthélis Soft, Esthélis Basic, Fortélis, Modélis.|
Since 2005, Anteis has been constantly developing and launching products for the aesthetic dermatology market. The group's strong commitment to R&D means that it has been able to position itself on this market with products that have, each time, a real technological lead and a differentiated marketing approach.
Anteis also founded, in 2007, its own academy (InjectNow Academy). So the Swiss group can offer practitioners, whatever their profile, unique opportunities to improve their level of expertise.
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