Clinical Studies

Journal of Dermatological Treatment 2019 – IRB – Seoul National Univ.
The efficacy and safety of microneedle monopolar radiofrequency for the treatment of periorbital wrinkles by Soon-Hyo Kwon, Ji-Young Choi, Gun Young Ahn, Woo Sun Jang, Jung-Won Shin, Jung-Im Na, Kyoung-Chan Park, and Chang-Hun Huh.
Dermatologic Therapy 2019 – Choong Ang Univ. Clinical Trial
A case of successful treatment of Fordyce spots with a single insulated microneedle radiofrequency device by Ga Ram Ahn, Su Jung Park, Chang Kyun Lee, Beom Joon Kim.
Dermatologic Therapy 2019 – Nat’l Medical Center. S. Korea, Clinical Trial
Comparison of micro-insulated needle radiofrequency and carbon dioxide laser ablation for the treatment of syringoma by Joo Yoon Bae, M.D., Dong Hyuk Jang, M.D., Jae In Lee, M.D., Hye Jung Jung, M.D., Ji Young Ahn, M.D., Ph.D., Mi Youn Park, M.D., Ph.D.
Journal of the German Society of Dermatology 2018
The efficacy of micro-insulated needle radiofrequency system for the treatment of lower eyelid fat bulging by Jung-Won Shin, Jung-Tae Park, Je-Byeong Chae, Ji-Young Choi, Jung-Im Na, Kyoung-Chan Park, Chang-Hun Huh.
2007 Study - Selective Electrothermolysis of the Sebaceous Glands
Treatment of Facial Seborrhea written by Toshio Kobayashi, MD, and Shinji Tamada, M.D.
2012 Study - Selective Sebaceous Gland Electrothermolysis
A treatment for acne a prospective pilot study by Dr. Ahn.
A case of successful treatment of Fordyce spots with a single insulated microneedle radiofrequency device
1. Department of Dermatology, Chung-Ang
University Hospital, Seoul, South Korea
2. Department of Dermatology, Chungdam
Gowoonsesang Dr. G Dermatology Clinic,
Comparison of micro-insulated needle radiofrequency and carbon dioxide laser ablation for the treatment of syringomage
CJoo Yoon Bae, MD, Dong Hyuk Jang, MD, Jae In Lee,MD, Hye Jung Jung, MD, Ji Young
Ahn, MD, PhD, Mi Youn Park MD, PhD
Department of Dermatology, National Medical Center, Seoul, Korea
Localized and Recurrent Angioedema of the Lips Successfully Treated with a RF Device- 2017
Angioedema is characterized by swelling of the deeper layer of the skin and/or the submucosa. It is usually localized, sudden, and transient, lasting from several hours to a few days and is often recurrent.
Noninvasive size reduction of lipoma with an insulated monopolar radiofrequency microneedle device
Lipomas are common benign adipose tumors which usually appear as
painless, round, mobile masses (Shemer, Brawer, Amichi, & Azhari ,2013). Surgical excision is considered the treatment of choice for lipoma (Anders, 2003)
Selective Electrothermolysis of the Sebaceous Glands: Treatment of Facial Seborrhea
Seborrhea is a physiologic condition of increased sebum on the skin rather than a disease. Heredity seems to play an important role in the etiology.
Successful treatment of smallpox scars by using a radiofrequency device with a single microneedle
Radiofrequency (RF) is chromophore independent and depends on the electrical properties of the target tissue and thus is
expected to have good safety profiles for all skin types.
Successfully Treated Severe Acne Using Selective Electrothermolysis in a Patient with Nephrotic
Hwa Jung Ryu, Ji Hyun Park, Sook In Ryu, Bo Young Kim, Seung Hyun Chun
Department of Dermatology, Ansan Hospital, Korea University College of Medicine, Ansan, Korea
Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment of the Lower Eyelid Fat Bulging Using Lasers and Other Energy-Based Devices
Sung Tae Chung
Nark-Kyoung Rho
Leaders Aesthetic Laser and Cosmetic Surgery Center, Seoul, Korea
Syringomas Treated by Intralesional Insulated Needles without Epidermal Damage
Soon-Kwon Hong, M.D., Hyun-Jae Lee, M.D., Si-Hyung Cho, M.D., Jong-Keun Seo, M.D.,
Deborah Lee, M.D., Ho-Suk Sung, M.D.
Department of Dermatology, Busan Paik Hospital, College of Medicine, Inje University, Gowoonsesang Dermatology Clinic, Busan, Korea
Targeting of Sebaceous Glands to Treat Acne by Micro-Insulated Needles With Radio Frequency in a Rabbit Ear Model
Background and Objectives:
Many studies have investigated the application of micro-insulated needles with
radio frequency (RF) to treat acne in humans; however,,,
The clinical experience and efficacy of radiofrequency device for wrinkle treatment
Yeon A No & Beom Joon Kim & Myeung Nam Kim & Chang Kwun Hong
Efficacy and Safety of the Micro-insulated Needle Radiofrequency Device for Reduction of Submental Fat
Bo Ri Kim, MD, PhD, Minjae Kim, MD, Jee Woo Kim, MD, Jung-Won Shin, MD, PhD, Jung-Im Na, MD, PhD, and Chang-Hun Huh, MD, PhD