E-Matrix Fractional Sublative Rejuvenation

What is Sublative Rejuvenation?
 
Sublative Rejuvenation is a new and unique treatment modality that goes beyond current methods in skin rejuvenation. 
 
Sublative Rejuvenation provides wrinkle reduction as well as overall textural improvement, tightening and luminosity for all skin types.  In addition Sublative Rejuvenation is also clinically effective for scar revision and treating superficial skin lesions such as acne scars. 

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What is involved in the treatment?

Sublative Rejuvenation uses fractionated bi-polar radio frequency to penetrate through the skin allowing more energy beneath the surface of the skin to really maximize collagen production while keeping the top layer of the skin intact.
 
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During treatment, many patients feel a warm, prickly sensation.  After treatment a pink or red “sunburn” appearance and feeling is also common. Topical anesthetic ointments and cooling are used to reduce unpleasant sensations during treatment
 
What are the benefits?
 
  • Sublative Rejuvenation is clinically proven to treat fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars and stretch marks, textural irregularities caused by excessive sun exposure. 
  • Little to no downtime post-treatment - patients can return to regular activities following treatment.
  • Sublative Rejuvenation is the "all-natural" approach to enhancing your youthfulness.  Unlike other non-aggressive cosmetic treatments such as Botulinum A Toxin, Dermal Fillers or chemical peels - Sublative Rejuvenation works from the inside out by stimulating cell regrowth.  Thus results with Sublative Rejuvenation last longer and can be further enhanced with yearly maintenance treatments.
  • A full-face treatment session takes less than 20 minutes.
  • Proven safe and effective on ALL skin types and degrees of pigmentation.
How many treatments will I need?
 
Each patient’s treatment protocol will vary based on individual needs and results desired.  Most patients will receive three treatments, each spaced four to six weeks apart.