Potenza™

The world’s first RF microneedling system that combines monopolar and bipolar RF at 1 or 2MHz frequencies in a single device.

The New Standard in RF Microneedling

With 4 RF modes, 9 different needle configurations and customizable energy settings you can fine tune treatments based on your patients’ specific needs – all skin types, anywhere on the body, any time of year.

  • Four RF modes allows you to treat a larger variety of conditions both superficial and deep
  • The first semi-insulated needles provide increased coverage in a single treatment
  • Single-needle handpiece to precisely target and destroy blemishes on the skin
  • 9 different tips to treat a wide variety of patients
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Before & After

 

 

FAQ

What side effects can occur?

Possible side effects from the Potenza treatment can include:

  • Erythema (redness) may occur after the treatment, lasting a few hours and up to three
    days.
  • Tissue may be edematous (swollen) for a few hours up to several days.
  • Pinpoint bleeding on the surface of the skin can be expected with deeper treatments. Bleeding is temporary and is typically resolved by the end of the patient’s visit.
  • Overtreated tissue may heal with small areas of micro crusting or scabbing.
  • Burning sensation: patients may feel uncomfortable temporarily while receiving
    treatment.
  • Temporary tingling which typically resolves within 48 hours.

 

 

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The Potenza radiofrequency microneedling device is intended for electrocoagulation and hemostasis of soft tissue for dermatologic conditions. Potential side effects include temporary redness, temporary tingling, and burning sensation while receiving treatment. Like all medical procedures, not all patients are suitable for the treatment. A qualified practitioner is solely responsible for evaluating each subject’s suitability to undergo treatment and for informing those being treated about any risks involved with the treatment, pre-and postoperative care, and any other relevant information. Individual results may vary and are not guaranteed.

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