Aesthetic treatments have a new name.

T-DYNAMICS®

T-Dynamics is a device that combines resistive bipolar radiofrequency (RF) and electroacoustic waves; a fusion never seen before that creates an innovative thermodynamic technology developed for the elimination of localized fat and cellulite, stretch mark attenuation, and tissue firming in body treatments.

To carry out facial treatments, a perfect symbiosis has been created between resistive bipolar RF and the power of the laser that acts as a powerful cell regenerator with the aim of achieving smoother and younger skin.

Both T-Dynamics technologies are non-invasive and painless and therefore require no recovery time. The patient can easily return to his daily routine after treatment. The results are visible in a single session. For this reason, T-Dynamics is a versatile and at the same time effective piece of equipment, to offer the clinic a versatile tool that allows a wide range of comfortable and safe treatments to be provided, achieving a face without imperfections and a silhouette. totally remodeled.
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The power of two technologies in a single device

The exclusive combination of T-Dynamics technologies provides a lipolytic effect and, in turn, tightens and regenerates the skin. In body treatments, the electroacoustic wave has a frequency of 1 MHz so as not to interfere with the RF, cause lipolysis and ultimately protect the deeper structures. For its part, the resistive bipolar RF has a frequency of 350 KHz, which causes a deep diathermy, providing a greater result of the effects of the electroacoustic wave, since the area is not cooled. On the other hand, the laser that is next to the RF in the facial applicator is 650nm, a wavelength that penetrates the tissue, regenerating the cells that cause aging.

Applicators

Your new allies in the cabin

The power of resistive bipolar radiofrequency and diode laser come together to combat facial aging and achieve smoother skin. Treatment area: 21 mm

Corporal

The power of resistive bipolar radiofrequency and diode laser come together to combat facial aging and achieve smoother skin. Treatment area: 21 mm

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Facial

An exclusive applicator with resistive bipolar radiofrequency and electroacoustic waves to completely reshape the silhouette like never before. Treatment area: 71 mm.

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Treatments to make

Eliminates expression lines, Rejuvenates the face, Defines the facial oval, Improves skin texture, Firms tissue, Eliminates localized fat, Reduces stretch marks, Improves cellulite.

Action mechanism

Radiofrequency is a technique that consists of the application of high frequency electromagnetic waves on the skin to produce heat in the subcutaneous tissues. These waves have a caloric effect on the tissues, but not by direct transfer but by the absorption of energy. This effect causes an increase in microcirculation and also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which translates into an increase in tension (elevation) in the treated area and greater hydration, counteracting the dehydration effect that occurs with aging.

Collagen is a protein present in the skin that provides structure and elasticity, while elastin is a protein that gives it elasticity and flexibility. As we age, the production of collagen and elastin decreases, which results in the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin. Radiofrequency helps stimulate the production of these proteins, which improves the texture and firmness of the skin.

The effect of radiofrequency is due to its ability to controlly heat the deeper layers of the skin without damaging the surface. Tissue heating stimulates cell regeneration, resulting in firmer, smoother skin with fewer wrinkles. Cellulite is caused by the accumulation of fat and fluid retention in the subcutaneous tissues, which gives rise to an orange peel appearance. Radiofrequency helps to reduce cellulite by applying heat that breaks down fat cells and improves blood circulation in the treated area. In addition, the effects of radiofrequency are usually long-lasting, since the changes in the skin occur at a level cell and not just on the surface. In summary, the effects of radio frequency can include:

  • Improvement of the texture and firmness of the skin.
  • Improves skin tone
  • Reduction of wrinkles and expression lines.
  • Radiofrequency can be applied to different areas of the body, including the face, neck, arms, abdomen, and thighs.
  • Facial and body rejuvenation.
  • Stimulation of collagen and elastin production.

Radiofrequency can be applied to different areas of the body, including the face, neck, arms, abdomen, and thighs.

It’s also important to note that radiofrequency treatments are generally painless, non-invasive, and require no recovery time, making them an attractive option for many people who want to improve their appearance without undergoing surgery.

Biochemical effect
Facilitates the conversion of ADP to ATP in the cellular mitochondria, normalizing cellular chemical processes
Another biochemical effect of the laser is the activation of antioxidant enzymes. These enzymes are responsible for removing free radicals and other toxic substances from the body. Laser exposure can increase the activity of these enzymes, which can have a beneficial effect on overall health.

Biophotonic effect
At present there is sufficient scientific evidence that demonstrates cellular communication through electromagnetic radiation, that is, electromagnetic bioinformation. Cells emit low intensity light, ultraweak emissions of photons, biophotons, at constant specific rates. In addition, photonic radiation would be the conductive base of biologically important information in all living beings.
Biophoton cell communication refers to the process by which cells emit and receive photons, which are particles of light. Cells are thought to use this form of communication to coordinate their functions and maintain homeostasis in the body.

Biophotons are produced by cells through biochemical and bioelectrical processes, and are believed to be emitted at different frequencies and patterns based on cellular needs. Biophotons can be absorbed by other cells and can affect their activity at the molecular and cellular level.

Cellular communication with biophotons has been linked to various biological processes, such as tissue regeneration and repair, immune response, communication between neurons, sensory perception, and metabolic activity. It is also believed that cell communication with biophotons may be involved in cell cycle regulation and cell differentiation.

Ultrasound effect
Ultrasound waves are absorbed by the different tissues of the skin, causing on the one hand an athermic effect, forming a micro acoustic flow that increases the permeability of cell membranes, thus favoring the diffusion of ions.

It also causes a second effect of localized cavitation, which consists of the formation of bubbles within liquids with dissolved gases located in adipocytes, which are the cells that make up skin fat. In this way we reduce the adipose level, through the destruction of adipocytes.

Ultrasound can affect fat cells in different ways. In some cases, ultrasound can cause fat cells to rupture, releasing the fat content into the body. This process is called lipolysis or free fatty acid release.

Once the fat cells have been broken down, the released fatty acids can be transported into the bloodstream through a process called fatty acid transport. Fatty acids can be used as an energy source by muscles and other tissues in the body.

For effective weight loss to occur, the body needs to use these fatty acids for energy instead of storing them back as fat. This can be achieved by combining a moderate intake of carbohydrates and fats in a couple of days after the healthy treatment and regular exercise.

Ultrasound waves are absorbed by the different tissues of the skin, causing on the one hand an athermic effect, forming a micro acoustic flow that increases the permeability of cell membranes, thus favoring the diffusion of ions.

It also causes a second effect of localized cavitation, which consists of the formation of bubbles within liquids with dissolved gases located in adipocytes, which are the cells that make up skin fat. In this way we reduce the adipose level, through the destruction of adipocytes.

Ultrasound can affect fat cells in different ways. In some cases, ultrasound can cause fat cells to rupture, releasing the fat content into the body. This process is called lipolysis or free fatty acid release.

Once the fat cells have been broken down, the released fatty acids can be transported into the bloodstream through a process called fatty acid transport. Fatty acids can be used as an energy source by muscles and other tissues in the body.

For effective weight loss to occur, the body needs to use these fatty acids for energy instead of storing them back as fat. This can be achieved by combining a moderate intake of carbohydrates and fats in a couple of days after the healthy treatment and regular exercise.

Visible results from the 1st session

Lipolisis selectica, celulitis, grasa, reafirmacion

Clinical study carried out with dynamics equipment

Selective Lipolysis Through Dynamics ® Thermafine ®. Preliminary Case Study

González Díaz; J. Antonio MD

Abstract
For some time, the use of Cavitation (CAV) has been common to attempt lipolysis through a comfortable and non-invasive method for the patient. Obtaining unsatisfactory results and some risks in the technique, both for the patient and for the operator, have been the incentive to find a therapy with better results and fewer risks.

Objectives: To carry out a trial of results on patients of different morphology to verify the efficacy of a new method.

Material and Methods: Dynamics Thermafine®. Use on patients of different ages and characteristics. Valuation in the short and medium term. Single session and multi-session results

Results: The results exceeded the forecasts and the complications that appeared were minimal and not attributable to the objective treatment of this study.

Conclusions: Currently, Dynamics Thermafine® is a treatment of choice as an alternative to liposuction, improving the results of cavitation.

Exclusion criteria

Before carrying out a treatment, the following indications must be observed to prevent adverse skin reactions.

01.

Do not use on people with pacemakers or other electronic devices.

02.

Do not use on metal prostheses.

03.

As well as areas, the thyroid (neck) or ovaries (abdominal area).

04.

Treat only on intact skin, not on open wounds. This also implies not treating after chemical and/or physical peels (dermabrasion).

05.

Do not treat pregnant women.

06.

Do not treat premalignant pigmented lesions (moles, nevus…)

07.

Do not sunbathe or perform UVA sessions immediately after the treatment to avoid increasing skin pigmentation and making it easier to produce a burn.

08.

Caution on epileptic people since the possible tension / fear can be a trigger for an attack.

09.

Do not treat people who are undergoing treatment where photosensitizing products are used, until even 6 months after the end of treatment (Acne treatments with Roacutan®), to avoid photosensitization reactions: antipsychotic drugs, antidepressants, steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, antimicrobials, antiparasitic

LITERATURE

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  8. TFOS DEWS II Tear Film Report – Willcox Mark et al. – The Ocular Surface (2017), Vol. 15.
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