Renuvion – Revolutionary technology in aesthetic medicine

Renuvion is a new and revolutionary non-surgical minimally invasive skin treatment without the need for general anaesthesia.

During the Renuvion treatment, the doctor introduces the device directly under the skin through a small opening, where radiofrequency locally generates controlled energy, while releasing the helium gas which cools the treated area.

While the old technology allowed application only over the skin surface, requiring more treatments, and endodermal skin lifting (Attiva – which has been used at Dermatim for four years) allowed the application of radiofrequency under the skin, Renuvion combines radiofrequency and gas.

How does Renuvion technology tighten the skin?

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Very high temperature created by the plasma and the rapid cooling of the skin causes the tissue to contract completely in only one treatment. At the same time, high precision of the treatment is achieved.

Renuvion uses helium, a noble gas that turns into plasma at low temperatures. Combined with radiofrequency, a powerful and precise circulation of cold plasma is obtained. During the ionization process, less than 0.1% of the gas is converted into plasma, while at the same time, the remaining helium flows over the treated area, generating enough heat to tighten the skin, while it is cooled down immediately.

These are the procedures that will be able to completely replace surgery. Whether it is the chin we want to lift up, with minimal liposuction or even without it, or the upper arms, or the skin on the stomach sagged from childbirth or excess weight…. It will all be possible to do in just one treatment and that is the real novelty,”explains Dr. Svetlana Đurišić.

Click on the link to find out which regions can undergo this treatment: Renuvion treatment for sagging skin

Svetlana Đurišić specijalista dermatovenerologije

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