Electronic brachytherapy for treating skin cancer

Esteya gives patients and the healthcare team an effective and non-invasive alternative to surgery for treating skin cancer: electronic brachytherapy.

Esteya provides a targeted yet gentle skin cancer treatment through the delivery of a precise high dose of radiation to the cancerous site, minimizing radiation to surrounding healthy tissue and reducing chance of scarring. Because the treatment is short and gentle, patients can expect a rapid recovery period and may return to their normal routine quickly. 

Esteya is especially beneficial in treating cosmetically challenging areas such as the nose, lips, cheeks, temples and fingers, and for areas prone to wound closure problems, such as the shin and scalp. Esteya may also be the preferred option for patients for whom surgery presents a high 
intra-operative or post-operative risk of complications. 

Esteya provides an elegant approach for treating skin cancer, featuring the right size and portability to be used anywhere in the clinic.

Why Esteya?

  • Patient safety by design
  • Non-invasive procedure
  • Favorable treatment time

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Esteya electronic brachytherapy

Esteya is the non-invasive solution for treating skin cancer. As treatment times are only two to three minutes per visit, Esteya can be a great option for patients with an active lifestyle.

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What our customers say

Thomas Dermatology in Las Vegas discussed their experience with using Esteya to treat skin cancer and building relationships with radiation oncologists

Animation: How Esteya Works

Esteya is a patient-friendly electronic brachytherapy solution for treating skin cancer that can be used anywhere in the clinic. Here's how it works.

Info for Patients

Esteya is a non-surgical treatment that destroys cancer cells while sparing healthy tissue. No recovery downtime means minimal impact on your daily activities.

What our customers say

Thomas Dermatology clinicians discuss how they use Esteya to treat their patients with skin cancer.

Brachy Academy

Peer-to-peer education platform for brachytherapy professionals

The BrachyAcademy comprises a complete peer-to-peer medical education library and includes programs such as clinical workshops and training visits to leading hospitals worldwide.

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