Sublative rejuvenation: experience with a new fractional radiofrequency system for skin rejuvenation and repair
Several laser-based ablative resurfacing and nonablative rejuvenation technologies offer non-surgical options for improving the appearance of the skin. Although efficacy and good safety profiles have been demonstrated, limitations do exist with these systems. A more recent technology has been developed that employs fractionated bipolar radiofrequency (RF) energy. Referred to as "sublative rejuvenation," the treatment improves skin appearance while addressing some of the limitations of both ablative resurfacing and nonablative skin rejuvenation.
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Article Written By: Lori Brightman , Mitchel P Goldman, and Amy Forman Taub
Original Article Posted on: 2009 Nov
Link to Original Article: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19916261/