Precise Tissue Contraction1-6

Renuvion has been shown to provide controlled coagulation and therefore contraction of soft tissue.1-5,7 It can also be an appealing alternative for patients who are seeking a faster, minimally invasive procedure with less risk, faster recovery time, and less scarring.7-9

Device Overview

What Is Renuvion?

Renuvion is a minimally-invasive procedure that uses helium plasma and RF energy to smooth and contour the neck and chin for an overall younger and tighter-looking appearance.10 A product of years of scientific research, testing, and refinement, the Renuvion system is also an all-in-one electrosurgical unit with full monopolar and bipolar functions, allowing you to save time and space with a single capital investment.

How It Works

Fast, Innovative Tissue Contraction

The optimal temperature for subdermal tissue contraction is 85°C, but most standard monopolar and bipolar radiofrequency devices can’t reach this temperature quickly enough without causing a concerning rise in skin temperature.1-5 Renuvion, however, heats to 85°C safely with minimal thermal spread and cools to baseline temperatures in less than a second.7 This maximizes tissue contraction with a shorter application time. Entry points are very small, resulting in less pain, shorter recovery, and minimal scarring.8

Real Results

Results from IDE Clinical Study #G190152 where Renuvion was the only technology used.

Happy Patients. More Revenue.

Renuvion enables you to deliver a better patient experience,
expand your capabilities, and attract more patients.

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Patient Benefits

Minimally invasive7
Shorter Procedure8
Less Pain8
Shorter Recovery Time8
Visible Results Quickly8
Long-Term Results8
Less Risk of Complications8*

*compared to more invasive surgery

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Practice Benefits

Competitive Differentiator
New Source of Revenue
Increased Patient Leads
Higher Patient Satisfaction9
Consistent Outcomes8
Industry Leading 4-Year Warranty

Ready to try Renuvion and revitalize your practice?

The Renuvion APR Handpiece is intended for the delivery of radiofrequency energy and/or helium plasma for cutting, coagulation and ablation of soft tissue during open surgical procedures. The Renuvion APR Handpiece is indicated for use in subcutaneous dermatological and aesthetic procedures to improve the appearance of lax (loose) skin in the neck and submental region.

The Renuvion APR Handpiece has general indications for use as well as indications to improve the appearance of lax skin in the neck and submental region only. The Renuvion APR Handpiece has not been cleared or approved for use with liposuction or in combination with any aesthetic procedure. As with any aesthetic procedure, individual results may vary. As with all energy devices there are inherent risks associated with its use. Risk associated with the use of the Renuvion APR may include: helium embolism into the surgical site due to inadvertent introduction into the venous or arterial blood supply system, unintended burns (deep or superficial), pneumothorax, temporary or permanent nerve injury, ischemia, fibrosis, infection, pain, discomfort, gas buildup resulting in temporary and transient crepitus or pain, bleeding, hematoma, seroma, subcutaneous induration, pigmentation changes, increased healing time, scarring, asymmetry and/or unacceptable cosmetic result. Expected clinical side effects may include discomfort/pain, edema, erythema, ecchymosis, hypoesthesia, touch sensitivity, itching, temporary weight gain, temporary numbness/tingling, subcutaneous nodules or lumps (transient migratory firmness), temporary and/or transient crepitus. Please see the instructions for use for more detailed information.

References:

  1. Feldman LS, et al. (eds). The SAGES Manual on the Fundamental Use of Surgical Energy (FUSE), ISBN 978‐1‐4614‐2073‐6.
  2. Chen SS, Wright NT, Humphrey JD. Heat-induced changes in the mechanics of a collagenous tissue: isothermal free shrinkage. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 1997:109:372-378.
  3. McDonald MB. Conductive Keratoplasty: A Radiofrequency-based Technique for the Correction of Hyperopia. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 2005;103:512-536.
  4. Chen SS, Humphrey JD. Heat-induced changes in the mechanics of a collagenous tissue: pseudoelastic behavior at 37° C. J Biomech 1998;31:211-216.
  5. Wright NT, Humphrey JD. Denaturation of collagen during heating: An irreversible rate process. Annu Rev Biomed Eng; 2002;4:109-128.
  6. Masghati S, Pedroso J, Gutierrez M, Stockwell E, Volker W, Howard DL. Comparative Thermal Effects of J-Plasma®, Monopolar, Argon, and Laser Electrosurgery in a Porcine Tissue Model. Surgical Technology International, 2019;34:1-5. PMID: 30825320.
  7. Duncan DI and Roman S. Helium Plasma Subdermal Tissue Contraction Method of Action. Biomed J Sci & Tech Res 31(2)-2020. BJSTR. MS.ID.005075.
  8. Renuvion Physician Survey Results, MM0317.01 0422 – https://www.renuvion.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/renuvion-physician-survey-results-brochure_mm0317.01_050222.pdf.
  9. Ruff PG, Doolabh V, Zimmerman EM, Gentile RA. Safety and efficacy of helium plasma for subdermal coagulation. Dermatological Reviews. 2020;1-7. https://doi.org/10.1002/der2.34.
  10. Clinical Data on File, IDE G190152/NCT04146467. G190152. https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?term=NCT04146467.
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