New vision in fractional radiofrequency technology with switching, vacuum and cooling

Peer-review: Monica Elman, Nelly Gauthier & Inna Belenky

Introduction: Since the introduction of fractional technology, various systems were launched to the market. The first generation of fractional RF systems created epidermal ablation with coagulative/necrosis of the dermis with sufficient clinical outcomes, but with some limitations.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of SVC technology, based on the principle of separate biological responses.

Material and methods: Fifty-two patients were treated for 3–6 sessions using fractional RF handpiece and eight patients received combination treatments with non-invasive RF handpiece.

Results: All volunteers showed notable to significant improvement in the photoageing symptoms, without any significant complications or adverse events.

Discussion: Due to its wide spectrum of parameters, the SVC technology can promote different biological responses. Owing to the “Switching” technology, the control of energy depth penetration enables delivery of the necessary thermal dose to the targeted skin layer. In addition, this novel technology includes the “Vacuum” and “Cooling” mechanisms, each contributing to the safety of the treatment. The Smart Heat function reduces the necessary energy levels and thereby reduces the pain level and risks for side effects.


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