- 7.2/10 Overall
Peer Reviewed Literature
Consistency of Results
Things You Should Know:
Most Common Use Cases :
“It has become the go-to device for any textural changes in the skin, particularly acne scarring. Because it is effective in treating active cystic acne then patients who present with both acne and scarring receive a double benefit. We recommend the devices to all patients, regardless of age, gender, skin color or ethnicity.” – Eliot F. Battle, M.D.
“For the same result patients can choose to have medium level treatments under anesthetic cream with 2-3 days downtime or high-level treatment under short sedation with 3-7 days downtime. Pre-treatment sun tan is without risk.” – K-U Schlaudraff M.D.
Shown to produce 50% improvement in acne scarring even on type VI skin with mitigated risk of PIH. Procedure also shown to vastly improve resistant cystic acne in all skin types including VI. Safe to treat off the face producing profound contraction and wrinkle effacement comparable to fractional C02 with significantly less downtime. Multi-depth and density ablative fractional RF technology.
Typical Clinical Applications:
Moderate to deep wrinkle effacement. Acne scarring, all skin types. Skin tightening on and off the face. Resistant cystic acne all skin types. Reduction of enlarged pores.
Best Patient Candidates:
All ages, all skin types.
Other Patients Considerations:
Downtime will vary on how aggressive the treatment is but generally ranges from 24 hours to 5 days. Post care, similar to fractional C02 with far less weeping, oozing and vastly reduced incidences of pigmentary irregularities.
US Procedure Price Range:
$1,500- $5,900 depending on market and area(s) treated.
Average Number of Treatments Needed:
1 to 3.