Energy-Based Lower Eyelid Rejuvenation - Proof of Concept for InMode AccuTite With or Without Morpheus8

2019-10-01 07:55:15 | BioPortfolio


1. To establish clinical efficacy, safety and patient satisfaction of reducing lower eyelid convexities or "bags" and/or malar crescents (festoons) with catheter-based injectable RF (InMode AccuTite) and variable depth Fractional RF Microneedle skin rejuvenation (InMode Morpheus8).

2. To determine the relative effectiveness of dual-modality treatment (AccuTite + Morphues8 initial treatment followed by two consecutive Morpheus8 treatments 1 month apart) versus single modality treatment (AccuTite only)


This prospective study is intended to evaluate the efficacy of radio frequency energy in reducing lower eyelid convexities or "bags" and/or malar crescents (festoons) with RFAL (InMode AccuTite) and variable depth Fractional RF resurfacing skin rejuvenation (InMode Morpheus8).

1. 15 patients will receive AccuTite treatment only (7-8 patients per arm at each of the two study sites)

2. 15 patients will receive AccuTite and Morpheus8 treatment and additional 2 monthly Morpheus8 treatments (7-8 patients per arm at each of the two study sites) Treatment areas include: periorbital zones with Morpheus8/Lower Eyelid with Accutite

Study Design


Periorbital Edema


AccuTite, AccuTite + Morpheus 8


David Holcomb
United States




InMode MD Ltd.

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-01T07:55:15-0400

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