In this monthly technology review, Michael Kluska, DO, discusses Evoke by InMode, including cost, ROI, patient protocols, and treatment frequency.
In this monthly review series, Michael Kluska, DO, of Southern Surgical Arts, Chattanooga, Tennessee, describes and examines devices and technologies to help other physicians choose the right piece of equipment for their practice.
This month, Kluska discusses Evoke by InMode, a hands-free, noninvasive thermal facial and submental remodeling device.
Evoke uses bipolar radiofrequency (RF) energy to penetrate deep into the subdermal layer, heating the Fibro Septal Network (FSN) and causing fat remodeling and neo-collagenation. The device maintains a constant temperature while the sensors detect heat to eliminate risk of burning.
In the video, Kluska highlights system specifics, device and treatment costs, ROI, patient protocol, and treatment frequency.