Renova Technical Data
Max Suction Pressure 66,6kPa
Laser Wavelength 650nm
Laser power 1mW
Laser Class 2
Facal Depth: From 1,5 mm to 11mm
Max Intensity 3W/cm2
Operating Mode Bipolar
Max Power 25W@1kohm
Waveform Amplitude modulated signal with sine wave
Main Frequency 1.1KHz
Modulating Frequency 0.5Hz
Max Intensity 0.8mA per 10cm2
General Features of Renova
In the Abralase procedure small particles (100 micron) of aluminium oxide remove the outer layer of skin (epidermis).
Peeling depth is dependent on strength of the crystals flow, speed of movement of the handpiece and the number of passages per anatomic site. The laser beam will simultaneously heat the underlying skin (dermis). The combined action stimulates growth of new collagen fibres.
As the treated area regenerates, the new skin that forms is smoother and firmer.
CFU® Center Focused Ultrasound
Treatment with CFU® can be customized to meet the unique physical characteristics of each customer by adjusting energy of its focal depth. Ultrasound geometric focus configuration, selects the depth and quantity of energy delivered during the treatment.
Face procedures utilizes a focal depth of 1.5, 3.0 and 4.5mm. They can be used in combination to target the dermis (1.5mm), deep dermis (3.0mm), or the subdermal tissues (4.5mm) including the SMAS layer.
Treatment of unwanted fat is performed using focal depths of 6,9 and 11mm.
CTR® Cool Touch Radiofrequency
CTR unipolar radiofrequency works by producing electrical pulses converted to thermal energy delivered within the dermis.
The generated thermal energy causes initial collagen structural change, which is created within these thermally modified tissues.
Immediate tissue contraction and subsequent formation of new collagen leads to a lifting effect.
MESO® Transdermal Delivery
MESO procedure uses modulated currents at low intensity that creates new extracellular pathways.
This alteration of the cell membrane allows a higher permeability to a large variety of hydrophilic molecules, which would otherwise not be able to enter the cell.
Once formed, these electrophorus open from a few seconds to a few minutes allowing the delivery of water-soluble molecules, peptides, proteins, and other macromolecules.