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Aesthetics Practice Today

A New Multifacted Skin Therapy

Published March 26, 2012 8:04 AM by Kimberly Cray
eMatrix is a new technology that is said to be "color blind." Being capable of treating all skin types, this is certainly a welcome addition to the field of aesthetics. Coined "sublative rejuvenation," eMatrix utilizes fractionated bipolar radio frequency. Its capability to be used on any skin type stems from its ability to produce significant impact on the dermis with minimal epidermal disruption. It is important to note that this device is neither a laser nor a light-based treatment.

eMatrix works by inducing dermal injury (via 64 electrodes) to elicit a wound healing response. As elastin and collagen are stimulated in this process, skin texture becomes more smooth and elastic. This elastin-creating device is also used to treat mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial skin discolorations.

The typical treatment protocol is three treatments spaced around 4 to 6 weeks apart. The number of treatments necessary varies based on patients' individual needs. Topical anesthetic may be used for patient comfort, but it is not necessary. Patients will feel a warm, prickly sensation during treatment. Postprocedural cooling will reduce discomfort. Down time is minimal; patients should expect to see some redness and mild swelling for several days.

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