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eMatrix Sublative Rejuvenation

eMatrix Sublative Rejuvenation This is an FDA approved aesthetic procedure that offers skin rejuvenation, scar softening, wrinkle reduction, skin tightening and even lifting with less downtime and lower cost than traditional skin rejuvenating like CO2 laser treatments. The eMatrix uses RF or radiofrequency technology to remove microscopic bits of skin beneath the surface (a process call ablation). As the skin heals, it produces new collagen resulting in smoother, tighter appearing skin.

SUBLATIVE REJUVENATION WITH EMATRIX LASER SKIN RESURFACING™
Sublative Rejuvenation with eMatrix is a unique procedure which uses radio frequency to deliver an effective but controlled ablative and non-ablative fractional treatment for wrinkles, scars, large pores and better texture of the skin. Similar to "Fraxel" it uses radiofreqeuency (electrical) energy, as opposed to laser.  Each pulse delivers the radio frequency energy via a grid of matrix spots, inducing a skin injury which is maximized in these tiny, targeted areas. Fibroblasts activated within the “zones” signal collagen to regenerate and remodel, yielding improved skin tone and texture overall. Meanwhile, the surrounding “untreated” tissue then helps to support and accelerate the healing process in the skin.

Usually a series of three to five treatments are needed for optimal results. 

How do I know if I need Sublative Rejuvenation with eMatrix Laser Skin Resurfacing?
Patients looking to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity or scarring with minimal downtime are good candidates for this procedure. You should not have Sublative Rejuvenation if you are pregnant or have been on Accutane within the past 6 months. In addition, patients with pacemakers, internal defibrillators, or metal implants in the area of concern should not have these treatments. Patients who have diabetes, autoimmune disease, history of cold sores or have had injectable fillers in the area to be treated (need to wait one month after fillers) should let us know prior to having Sublative Rejuvenation.

How does Sublative Rejuvenation with eMatrix Laser Skin Resurfacing work?
Sublative Rejuvenation is a non-invasive treatment that does not require injections. The laser stimulates the patient's own collagen to remodel and restructure and does not rely on temporary substance filler.

What benefits can I expect?
Patients can expect a noticeable reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and acne and other scarring. In addition, patients will see an improvement in texture and skin laxity. On average, most results appear over a period of three to six months (it takes time for collagen to grow), but some patients notice results immediately after treatment.

What are the risks and side effects from Sublative Resurfacing/eMatrix?
The procedure is uncomfortable, although this is minimized by the topical anesthetic that is put on the skin prior to the treatment for 15 minutes.  Expected side effects are redness and swelling after the procedure that lasts from hours to days, and occasionally even up to a week or beyond (very unusual).  Any resurfacing procedure can result in a scar or infection, although this is exceedingly rare.  We have not experienced any darkening or lightening of the skin as a result of eMatrix, although theoretically this is possible.

Prior to treatment all potential risks and side effects will be discussed with you by your technician.

How will I look and feel during and after Sublative Rejuvenation with eMatrix Laser Skin Resurfacing?
Most patients have redness and swelling for a few hours to 3 days after the treatment (occasionally it can last longer). You may apply make-up to the treated area immediately after the Sublative rejuvenation procedure. Tiny crusts develop and are present for about 5-14 days, but these are easy to camouflage with makeup or even without it after the first one to two days.  Results will develop over time and with subsequent treatments. Full results can be appreciated at three to six months following the last treatment. Maintenance treatments may be necessary.