Can Ematrix and Elos Blue Light Laser Do at the Same Time?

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EMatrix and other acne treatments - Williamsville, NY

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Thank you for your question.

eMatrix is sublative radiofrequency (RF) energy and focused in the dermis. At appropriate energy levels, it spares the most superficial layers, i.e. the epidermis.

There is no downtime with this procedure because it is sublative.

We perform eMatrix in our Williamsville office for acne scar remodeling.

Dr. Karamanoukian

Ematrix is great for acne scars

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Ematrix is an excellent treatment for acne scars. Our office specializes in Ematrix treatments and we have found a reduction in active pimples after treatment with Ematrix in some patients. 

Dr. Karamanoukian 
Los Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Great idea actually... Elos can decrease p.acne, the bacteria implicated in acne, and Ematrix can help reduce scarring. Fantastic idea, in fact we may use this protocol ourselves in our Acne Specialist Clinic. 
Low level emission devices such as Elos, or diode or even red light can help with skin healing and decrease acne counts. 

In fact we are doing a paper at the moment of using 810 nm directly after Ematix  to help increase healing times. So, yes, you can do light an eMatrix at the same time.

Dr Davin Lim 

EMatrix and Blue Light Treatments

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EMatrix can be combined with other laser treatments during the same session.  I suggest to discuss these options with your physician.

Craig Mezrow, MS, MD, FACS
Philadelphia Plastic Surgeon

EMatrix and elos blue light laser

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Yes, these two treatments can be done on the same visit. The blue light would be done first, followed by the eMatrix treatment. You aren't going to have an added benefit from doing these two treatments together, but you will save time and an additional visit to the treating office.

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