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Dr. Ross Kaplan Offers New State-of-the-Art Wrinkle, Fine Line, and Skin Texture Improvement Treatment
Date:6/30/2012

(PRWEB) June 30, 2012

Camarillo area dermatologist Ross Kaplan, M.D. is proud to announce that his practice, Coastal Dermatology, now offers Sublative Rejuvenation™ treatments using the eMatrix™ device.

Sublative Rejuvenation using the eMatrix device is an FDA-cleared treatment that delivers targeted energy to the deeper layers of skin, without overheating the surface skin, allowing collagen stimulation without full surface ablation. The system utilizes Sublative RF™ – fractionated bi-polar radio frequency technology – to place the heat energy effectively into the dermis where it can produce significant dermal impact with minimal epidermal disruption. This avoids the significant downtime of other comparable treatments.

"Sublation treatments with the eMatrix have the immediate results of more invasive procedures, but without the downtime typically associated with those surgeries or other lasers," says Dr. Kaplan, "And because this treatment works to rebuild natural collagen, the results can last longer."

Improvements can be observed immediately after treatment, and typically continue for up to one year. Maintenance treatments after the first year can help to further enhance the rejuvenative effects of Sublation. Unlike other non-aggressive treatments such as Botox or fillers that also have immediate results, Sublative Rejuvenation with the eMatrix works from the inside out, stimulating cell growth deep within the skin.

Treatment of the entire face typically takes less than thirty minutes. Because sublation works by causing heat with bi-polar radio frequency and not applying a specific wavelength of laser energy, the eMatrix is also safe for use on all skin types and degrees of pigmentation.

Dr. Ross Kaplan is a board-certified dermatologist whose interest in cutting edge laser technology and therapy has made his practice, Coastal Dermatology, the most advanced in the area. He trained in lasers at Harvard’s prestigious Wellman Laser Laboratory. Dr. Kaplan is one of a select group of doctors invited to join Allergan’s National Exchange Forum. This group is comprised of nationally renowned thought leaders in facial aesthetics. He trains other doctors in his office for the use of Botox, facial fillers, lasers, and other skin rejuvenation treatments.

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