Cynosure Potenza RF Microneedling System The new standard in RF microneedling, the Potenza device’s four modes (monopolar or bipolar, delivered at either 1 MHz or 2 MHz frequency) offer more customized microneedling treatments for patients than ever before and allow practitioners to deliver both shallow and deep treatments on a single system. The device’s monopolar RF mode delivers energy across a large area of tissue for deep heating and skin tightening through soft tissue coagulation, not only on the face, but anywhere on the body. The bipolar RF mode offers more concentrated delivery of energy to treat superficial tissue and provide ideal skin revitalization results. The groundbreaking device is also equipped with Tiger Tip™ technology, the first semi-insulated .
needles of its design which allow practitioners to expand the treatment zone and address more tissue per treatment, which translates to quicker sessions for patients, without sacrificing the epidermis. The device is also armed with a single-needle handpiece designed to target and improve blemishes.
What is Cynosure Potenza RF Microneedling System?
Using both handheld radio frequency microneedling device operated by our trained providers, and the ultra-fine needles, Potenza works. Additionally, the FDA-approved radio frequency penetrates the skin’s outermost layers. This then triggers the skin’s natural repair process. As a result, Potenza creates new collagen and elastin. Consequently, it leaves skin looking tighter, firmer, brighter and younger-acting.
Benefits of Potenza Microneedling
We use a one of a kind Fusion Tip for enhance topical penetration, as well as to maximize results
Afterwards, we treat skin with a unique Tiger Tip™ technology semi-insulated needles. This targets more tissue at multiple depths
Altogether, 10 different tips: Multi-needle arrays in various densities
Also, single-needle handpiece to precisely target and improve blemishes on the skin.
How many Potenza RF Microneedling treatments are needed to see results?
The number of treatments needed will depend on patient preference and their desired results. Providers will typically recommend having a series of three to four treatments, six weeks apart for best results