NITROGEN PLASMA SYSTEM
RESTORING AND REGENERATING THE SKIN’S NATURAL ARCHITECTURE MEDICAL DEVICE
NeoGen nitrogen plasma technology delivers controlled heating to the skin architecture stimulating a significant physiological response, without creating an open wound.
Unlike ablative technologies there is no epidermal vaporisation or charring caused at time of the treatment.
The unique energy delivered by NeoGen is non-fractionated and not dependent on a chromophore for its uptake. This provides uniform energy absorption, ensuring consistent
treatment of the skin at high energies, supporting significant tightening.
The is used for
- Skin Resurfacing
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Skin Tightening
- Skin Regeneration
- Severe And Fine Wrinkle Reduction
- Acne Scarring
- Precancerous Lesions
- Photo Damage
- For Face, Neck And Body
- Soft Blepharoplasty
NeoGen converts nitrogen gas into plasma, the fourth state of matter. The plasma emerges from the handpiece in controlled pulses and rapid heating of tissue occurs as it gives up its unique thermal energy to tissue.
No open wounds
The treated photodamaged layers undergo a controlled thermal modification while remaining intact, creating a natural dressing to provide protection and speed healing. At high energies the epidermis sheds, but only after a new, healthier skin architecture is formed beneath.
Long lasting results
Clinical studies show neocollagenesis and reduction in elastosis continuing for more than one year post treatment.
Eyelids and periorbital treatment
NeoGen is the ideal option for the treatment of the upper and lower eyelids, as well as the wider periorbital region. Other technologies cannot be used in this area, or deliver inconsistent results.
|Power:||100 – 120 / 230 Vrms – 50/60 Hz – 650 Va|
|Energy Output:||Pulsed nitrogen plasma – 1.0 – 4.0 Joules|
|Repetition Rate:||1.0 – 2.5Hz|
|Dimensions:||470 x 430 x 1060mm|
|Gas Requirement:||Medical Grade Nitrogen|
|System Weight:||18kg / 40lb|
|Trolley Weight:||25kg I 55lb (excludes gas tank)|
|Ambient Environment:||0 to 40 Celsius|
|Relative Humidity:||30 to 75%|
|Atmospheric Pressure:||70.0 to 106.0 kpa|