CoaxMed is a multifunctional platform developed to treat different skin imperfections: wrinkles, skin laxity, acne and enlarged pores, localised fat and cellulite. It is effective in treatments before and after liposuction. You can now have a double Cryoliposculpt while having a face/body Rf treatment.
Multiple facial technologies:
The procedure features the combination of radiofrequency, microneedling and vacuum to generate changes in the structure of the dermis to treat superficial and deep wrinkles and to fight skin laxity.
Less painful and more accurate than the traditional skin needling roller, the microscopic punctures stimulate collagen production in the dermis layer as it breaks some of the blood vessels directly below the surface of the skin while the untreated tissue that acts as a ''free'' biological reserve grants a quick recovery and the absence of side effects.
Radiofrequency monopolar and bipolar
The RF (radiofrequency) generator produces a signal of radiofrequency from 300 KHz to 1 MHz, controlled by a microprocessor which receives information concerning the temperature, and the energy used when in contact with the skin.
The face handpiece emits monopolar or bipolar radio frequency which can be combined with rhythmic vacuum, and creates an even heating, hence stimulating contraction and regeneration of collagen fibers.
Combinated bipolar radiofrequency and rhytimic vacuum
Utilizes the principles of changing air pressure which stimulates the blood circulation, thus facilitating drainage, to reduce under eyes puffiness and improve all the radiofrequency effects.
In this application, microneedles penetrate into the skin (penetration depth is adjustable according to needle’s lenght).
Microfractional holes are created on epidermis and dermis. Monopolar radiofrequency is emitted in deep dermis, inducing dermal coagulation.
The fractional radiofrequency heats up the deeper dermis in 360 degrees around each microneedle tip for further collagen tightening and synthesis.
Monopolar or unipolar facial radiofrequency refers to the RF being delivered by one pole or electrode on the applicator.
Heating affects the superficial and deep tissue. In the monopolar application, a grounding or “return pad” is used, placed on the patient’s lower back.
Bipolar refers to two poles or electrodes on the applicator. To facilate safe and effective heat energy delivery a thermo-electric coupling tip cooler protects the epidermis.
Bipolar RF Shape
With bipolar delivery the current flows through the tissue which is between the two electrodes on the applicator. Heating affects the
superficial tissue only. It can be combined with Rhytmic vacuum.
Bipolar RF: 850KHz Monopolar RF: from 300KHz to 1 MHz Nominal Energy: Up to 350 Watt Ultrasounds: 28 KHz Nominal Energy: Up to 100 Watt Cryo: - 10°C Pulse Duration: continuous/pulsed Maximum Vacuum rate: 40 lt per minute Power Rate: 220 - 110 VAC ± 10%, 60 Hz Dimension: 740 x 560 x 1360 mm Weight: 50 kg