This question has been answered and scientifically proven that eMatrix RF (especially the US machines with maximal power outputs of 50-75 mj per pin) would not degrade fillers, including HA fillers such as Juvederm.
I frequently combine energy devices such as laser, RF (eMatrix) and fillers, however in Australia we have a 'clocked' version of eMatrix, meaning it can deliver 100 mj. This can break the upper layers of the skin, so, on the side of safety (infection wise), I space fillers and energy devices a week apart. This is only my suggestion and may not be shared by others.
All the best
Dr Davin Lim
Laser and aesthetic dermatologist
eMatrix is a great laser for acne scars and there is no contraindication in receiving Juvederm into the NL folds on a different visit. The eMatrix will not dissolve the Juvederm filler. Best, Dr. Green
Energy devices after Juvederm can cause the product to dissolve or breakdown. I would recommend waiting a few weeks after your Juvéderm treatment especially if the treatment areas overlap. If the areas do not overlap, then you should be OK.
There should not be a problem. Ematrix (and other resurfacing technologies like lasers) act on the top part of the skin (the epidermis) and fillers act in a deeper part of the skin (the dermis).
Check with the office doing the next treatment but there should not be a problem.
Hope this helps!
The ematrix targets the upper dermis which is the upper part of the middle of skin. Fillers are deposited just under the lower layer of the dermis. So the ematrix effect and the juvederm are at two different levels of the skin. I would wait at least 1 to 2 weeks between the two procedures just due to not wanting to overload the skin as a whole with healing. There is absolutely no evidence that the ematrix would melt the filler.
Most likely no relationship BUT why take the risks. Have the Juvederm injections done a week to 10 days later......