Idra 2019-11-27T11:35:00+00:00



IDRA exploits the principle of the voltaic arc, that is an electric discharge able to generate a considerable energy, the treated fabrics pass to the gaseous state through the combustion of the liquids of the superficial tissues, avoiding to communicate to the surrounding areas the unwanted heat, this happens through the formation of this small electric arc similar to a tiny lightning bolt (electric and electrostatic charges) which causes the ionization of the gases contained in the air. The device consists of a single handpiece with an ergonomic handle that allows two different powers to be dispensed, in order to diversify the treatments.

The technology allows a constant emission of the output signal, calibrated and regulated so as not to damage the subcutaneous tissue and therefore allow non-invasive methods.

IDRA allows to obtain evident and lasting results in the following fields:

  • Dermatocalase reduction
  • xanthelasmata
  • Sebaceous cyst
  • Redefining small tattoos
  • Stretch marks treatment
  • Perioral wrinkle treatment
  • Removal of dying angiomas and fibroids
  • Stains – removal over the stratum corneum
  • Active acne and post-acne scars
  • Removal of keloids and snows
  • Scaly papilloma excision
  •  Oral cavity condyloma

How it works?

 The instrument is equipped with modern voltage regulation systems that allow continuous use without overloads. Despite the small size IDRA is able to match the work of a CO2 laser thanks to the use of modern control chips, just bring the device a few millimeters from the area to be treated to generate a temperature of over 2000 degrees centigrade capable of ionizing the area surrounding the electrode.

It is equipped with a rechargeable battery that guarantees, at full charge, 15 hours of continuous work. A comfortable LED on the front of the device allows to illuminate the part to be treated, facilitating the work of the operator. IDRA uses microtip / sterile disposable needles (electrodes) to guarantee maximum safety to the patient. It is recommended to use an anesthetic cream to be applied 20 minutes before treatment to make it as comfortable as possible.

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