|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Skin Type||Normal Skin|
|Voltage||AC110V / 220V 50/60Hz|
|Display Type||Touch screen|
|Head Type||3.0mm 4.5mm(1.5mm 6mm 8mm 13mm 16mm|
|Dimension||36.0 * 55.0 * 65.0 ( cm )|
High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) directly delivers heat energy to skin and subcutaneous tissue that can stimulate and renew the skin's collagen and thus consequently improving the texture and reducing sagging of the skin. It literally achieves the results of a facelift or a body lifts without any invasive surgery or injections, moreover, an added bonus of this procedure is that there is no downtime.
This technique can be applied to the face as well as the whole body, and also, it works equally well for people of all skin colours, in contrast to that of lasers and the intense pulse lights.
It’s heating directly to deeper tissue, in oder to lift the skin.It is performed in the office with only ultrasound gel applied to the skin. An ultrasound screen image allows the physician to visualize the level of treatment before energy is applied to the targeted tissue. The treatment takesfrom 45 to 90 minutes depending on the area(s) treated.
Energy type3d HIFU (high intensity focused ultrasound)Screen15' color touch screenPower0.1-2.5J/cm2Treatment head3.0mm 4.5mm(1.5mm 6mm 8mm 13mm 16mm optional)Treatment interval1-10(0.1mm step)Frequency4~7MhzWeight11KGVoltageAC110V / 220V 50/60Hz
|Display||15 inches touch screen|
|Energy||0.1-2.0 j (0.1 step)|
3D HIFU Ultrasound Skin Lifting Machine Wrinkle Removal Face
lift Body Slimming Machine HIFU 3D
|Display Type||15'' Touch Screen|
|Head Type||Ds7-3.0 Ds4 - 4.5|
|Technology||HIFU(High Intensity Focused Ultrasound)|
|Energy||Hifu 4Mhz 7Mhz|
ARVOKA 3D (HIFU) is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that uses non-ionizing ultrasonic waves to heat tissue. HIFU can be used to increase the flow of blood or lymph, or to destroy tissue, such as tumors, through a number of mechanisms. The technology can be used to treat a range of disorders and as of 2015 is at various stages of development and commercialization.
The technology is similar to ultrasonic imaging, although lower frequencies and continuous, rather than pulsed waves are used to achieve the necessary thermal doses. Acoustic lenses are used to achieve the necessary intensity at the target tissue without damaging the surrounding tissue. An analogy is using a magnifying glass to focus sunlight; only the focal point of the magnifying glass has high intensity. Although lenses have traditionally been used, phased arrays are increasingly common as they allow the focal position to be easily changed. HIFU may be combined with other imaging techniques such as medical ultrasound or MRI to enable guidance of the treatment and monitoring.
There is no clear consensus on the boundaries between HIFU and other forms of therapeutic ultrasound. In academic literature, HIFU usually refers to the high levels of energy required to destroy tissue through ablationor cavitation, although it is also sometimes used to describe lower intensity applications such as occupational therapy and physical therapy.
Either way, HIFU is used to non-invasively heat tissue deep in the body without making incisions. The main applications are the destruction of tissue, increasing perfusion and physical therapy. The use of ultrasound in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions however is less common than it was.