Syneron ePrime 'Super Age Eraser'

Super Age Eraser

ePrime is a minimally-invasive anti-aging treatment that reduces wrinkling by tightening the skin.
In principle, ePrime, which received FDA approval in 2010, works like other non surgical skin tightening treatments such as Ultratherapy - by delivering energy below the skin surface to the layer called the dermis. The energy generates low level of heat, stimulating collagen production that leads to tighter new skin cells.
Such treatment uses the body's own subtle healing response to gently, gradually-and reliably-restore memory to the skin and its underlying tissue.
ePrime differs from other energy-based dermal remodeling treatments by delivering energy directly to the dermis. It features a microneedle electrode array that is used to deliver bi-polar RF energy directly into the deep reticular dermis, without thermal impact to the epidermis.
A controlled high-volume fractional injury to the deep dermis creates new collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.
According to Mitch Chasin, M.D., Cosmetic Laser Specialist and Medical Director at Reflections Center for Skin and Body in Livingston and Bridgewater, New Jersey. "What sets the ePrime apart clinically from other energy-based devices is that it not only stimulates the production of new collagen, which is standard in many energy-based devices and even with popular topicals, but it has also been clinically proven to stimulate elastin and hyaluronic acid reproduction – the trinity of natural youth - allowing skin to not only look younger, but behave younger too."
The device features Intelligent Feedback Systems (IFS), which measures temperature in real time, allowing practitioners to adjust power levels to safely and effectively meet the needs of different skin conditions and all skin types.
A single treatment procedure takes less than an hour to perform under local anesthetic allowing patients to drive home safely post-treatment and return to normal activities within 24 hours.
Rejuvenation of the skin takes place over the next six months, though some change is immediately evident.
ePrime was demonstrated on a segment of The Doctors on October 27, 2011. The audience and viewers of show witnessed first-hand the procedure and its immediate post treatment results.

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