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Everything You Need to Know About the Transdermal Infusion System

March 15, 2022

In December of 2021, Sensus Healthcare announced the arrival of a new alternative to medical and aesthetic injections called TransDermal Infusion®. Approved by the FDA as a Class II biophysical alternative to infusing high weight molecule modalities into the dermis, this new system is changing the way patients receive medical and cosmetic treatments. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about this new TransDermal Infusion System, including how it works and the benefits of choosing TransDermal Infusion® over other treatments that require painful needles and long patient recovery times.

How the Transdermal Infusion System Works

Instead of using needles, TransDermal Infusion® penetrates the skin’s innermost hypodermic layer with electrical current pulses to change the cell’s microstructure. This process utilizes the skin’s water-based channels to deliver macromolecules and micromolecules through these electrical pulses into the skin. Plus, unlike other treatments, while this process changes the skin cell’s microstructure, there is no actual injury caused to the cells. This is because the low electrical current intensity that is used during treatment does not cause fragmentation of the cytoplasm or nucleus, or any abnormalities to the membrane.

Who Can Use the Device?

Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatologists all over the world can benefit from this new system. This is because compared to traditional iontophoresis, the TransDermal Infusion System allows a faster delivery of drugs that are typically not able to be absorbed into the skin. This includes Botox®, hyaluronic acid, lidocaine, collagen, and other injections that are typically used in aesthetic procedures. Dermatologists can now administer skin rejuvenation treatments, pre-laser treatments, pre- and post- aesthetic surgery, and more to their patients without causing pain or discomfort from using needles. Additionally, patients now experience no downtime with TransDermal Infusion®.

Some common application uses for the TransDermal Infusion System include:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Hair restoration
  • PRP
  • Regenerative modalities
  • Growth factor and peptide
  • Vitamin C
  • Hyperhidrosis
  • P-shot
  • Acne
  • Steroid applications
  • Pre-treatment numbing
  • And so much more!

Contact Sensus Healthcare
Contact Sensus Healthcare today for more information about this new injection alternative, or to find a treatment center near you!