The New Standard in Microneedling

with revolutionizing enhanced topical penetration

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World's first 4-Mode RF device takes microneedling to new levels


The versatility of the Potenza system allows you to customize treatments based on your patients’ specific needs – all skin types, anywhere on the body, any time of year.

The Potenza device offers monopolar, bipolar and 1 & 2 MHz capabilities, allowing you to provide shallow and deep treatments in one system.

Introducing – Fusion Tip

Enhanced topical penetration.

Maximum results.

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Fusion Tip Whitepaper

The Potenza Fusion Tip: Enhanced penetration of topical products by Dr. Christine Dierickx


Potenza Brochure

The New Standard in RF Microneedling

Treat a larger variety of your patients’ conditions.

Both superficial and deep

  • Tighten skin*

  • Improve blemishes

  • Revitalize skin

The motorized handpiece operates in both monopolar and bipolor modes to utilize 7 different needle arrays including our Fusion Tip & Tiger Tip™ Technology


Fusion Tip

21 insulated needle array

Adjustable depth 0.5-2.5 mm

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Tiger Tip (semi-insulated needles)

16, 25 and 49 needle array

Adjustable depth 0.5mm- 4.0mm

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Insulated needles

16, 25 and 49 needle array

Adjustable depth 0.5mm- 4.0mm

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Provide results. Improve profitability.

*Through soft tissue coagulation.

©2021. Cynosure, LLC. All rights reserved. Cynosure is a registered trademark of Cynosure, LLC. Tiger Tip is a trademark of Cynosure, LLC. Potenza is a trademark of Jeisys Medical, Inc. Cynosure, LLC. owns exclusive rights to photography. Use of photography without written permission of Cynosure is prohibited. Model for illustrative purposes only and not an actual consumer of the product.

The Potenza radiofrequency microneedling device is intended for electrocoagulation and hemostasis of soft tissue for dermatologic conditions. Potential side effects include temporary redness, temporary tingling, and burning sensation while receiving treatment. Like all medical procedures, not all patients are suitable for the treatment. A qualified practitioner is solely responsible for evaluating each subject’s suitability to undergo treatment and for informing those being treated about any risks involved with the treatment, pre-and postoperative care, and any other relevant information. Individual results may vary and are not guaranteed.


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