RF Innovation

Pertrou, Ilya
September 2010
Cosmetic Surgery Times;Sep2010, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p4
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the EndyMed PRO from EndyMed Medical Ltd. which uses radiofrequency (RF) device in cosmetology. It reports that EndyMed PRO uses 3DEEP technology to focus RF energy to the dermis which makes it noninvasive, pain-free, and nonablative in tightening the skin in the face and body. It also discusses the RF adjusts the depth and strength of the dermis according to the patient treatment requirements and skin impedance.


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