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How Long is the Treatment Session for Ematrix?

This video was very informative, but it didn't say how long I would be at the session? http://www.cosmeticlasermd.com/services/Matrix_RF_Fractional_Skin_Resurfacing.html

Doctor Answers (3)

...depends 30 min to one hour

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Ematrix treatment will vary from patient to patient. This treatment can be used to treat acne scars, traumatic scars and improve skin tone. It can be used on 'spot', areas or full face. 
The time taken will depend on what it is used for. Acne scar treatment can take 20 minutes to perform, whilst full face eMatrix for skin toning can take longer. 

Also dependent on the operator...on how many mis fires he or she does!

Hope this answers your question.

Regards

Dr Davin S. Lim
Consultant Laser and Cosmetic Dermatologist
Brisbane, Australia


Brisbane Dermatologist
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EMatrix takes Less than One Hour to be Performed

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The treatment for EMatrix generally takes less than one hour to be performed.  The EMatrix can be performed simultaneously with other laser treatments.  It is recommended to discuss these options with your physician.

Craig Mezrow, MS, MD
Philadelphia Plastic Surgeon
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EMatrix takes about an hour

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An eMatrix treatment takes about an hour. This should include time for the numbing cream to set (about 10 min) and then the technician to prep your skin. It takes about 45 min for the actual procedure to cool the skin and get the 200 pulses done to the treated area. After that there should be a few minutes of cleaning your skin off and applying any post procedure topicals (like hydrocortisone, sunscreen, etc.) We have always scheduled our patients for an hour for each eMatrix and it works perfectly to get everything done.

F. Victor Rueckl, MD
Las Vegas Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 8 reviews

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