CONSUMABLES AND RECERTIFICATION
Does the manufacturer Inmode Aesthetic charge the new owner a ONE TIME equipment RECERTIFICATION FEE for the purchase of consumables? Yes
Consumables Needed: Tips
Tip Cost: A box of the (6) Resurfacing tips is $360 – each tip can be used on the same patient for about 5-8 treatments.
Recertification Fee: $35,000
InVasix Fractora Resurfacing Handpiece
24 Tip:Type – Full Thickness Dermal; Configuration – 6×4; Pin Length – 3000u; Ablation Depth – 3 mm; Heating Depth – Between 3-5 mm; Max Output Energy 62 mj/pin; Output Frequency – 1 MHz; Repetition Rate – Up to 2 pps
60 Tip:Type – Mid Dermal; Configuration – 10×6; Pin Length – 600u; Ablation Depth – 0.6-1 mm; Heating Depth – Between 3-5mm; Max Output Energy 62 mj/pin; Output Frequency – 1 MHz; Repetition Rate – Up to 2 pps
126 Tip:Type – Strong Epidermal Impact; Configuration – 14×9; Pin Length – 600u; Ablation
Depth – 0.6 mm; Heating Depth – Between 3-5mm; Max Output Energy 62 mj/pin; Output
Frequency – 1 MHz; Repetition Rate – Up to 2 pps
Invasix Fractora Resurfacing Handpiece – Skin Resurfacing
Invasix Fractora Resurfacing Handpiece
Fractora delivers targeted bipolar RF energy to various selectable depths in the skin.
Fractora meets and exceeds the results of fractional CO2 without the associated downtime, prolonged redness, and pigmentation drawbacks.
Fractora achieves full-scale treatment depths with customizable fractional energy to improve superficial skin tone problems (photo damage) to deep textural concerns (rhytids and tightening).
Clinicians can select between variable depths, densities and energy levels for results that were previously unattainable without excisional surgery.
Comparable results to the best fractional CO2 laser on moderate and deep wrinkles Safe to treat neck and other areas with profound contraction Safe on ethnic skin with little risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is common with CO2 All this with less downtime or risk of adverse reactions compared to the best fractional CO2 lasers
Multiple settings mimic aggressive fractional CO2, Er: YAG, IR laser and deep (dermal/sub-dermal) volumetric heating
Resurfacing Tips with various depths and pin density configurations