I have some fine wrinkles under my eyes and the eyelid itself is a little loose. I had a consultation and the nurse recommended eMatrix sublitive laser. I was wondering what's the best laser treatment for under eye wrinkles and loose eyelid. Thank you for any suggestions
Does EMatrix Sublitive Work for Eye Wrinkles and Loose Eyelid Skin?
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EMatrix and Ultherapy for wrinkles around the eyes - Williamsville, NY
Fractional lasers are used for this indication.
However, I use two technologies for wrinkles under the eyes and outside the eyes (outer eyes) - the 1.5 mm Ultherapy transducers and eMatrix. Together they do wonders in eliminating fine wrinkles.
Yes. It can
The upside of eMatrix compared to laser, is the lower downtime. In Australia we have the option of going upto 100mj per pin, and this can really stimulate collagen. A great overall treatment for wrinkles, with controlled downtime. 3-5 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart is recommended.
Dr Davin Lim
Laser and Cosmetic Dermatologist
EMATRIX SOFTENS EYE WRINKLES
EMatrix helps to decrease eyelid wrinkles and improves skin quality. It softens the look of the eyelid creases. It does not make it go away completely. The EMatrix has little down time, but requires multiple treatments. There are other options that are available as well.
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eMatrix can help some, and my office has treated lots of patients for this. However, I recently got the Invasix unit and have found the Fractora (one of the components of that machine) more effective for this area of treatment than the eMatrix. The pins can go deeper and the tip is smaller, allowing for better contouring and results. While you might be ok with the eMatrix, it will require more treatments than a single Fractora treatment.
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