eMatrix An innovative Syneron skin care device, the eMatrix™ system takes a non-invasive, non-laser approach to treating facial wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin tone, and skin laxity for a wide variety of patients.

The eMatrix system uses Sublative Rejuvenation™ technology, which is considered much safer and gentler than traditional fractional laser skin treatments. The eMatrix system delivers sublative rejuvenation with fractionated bipolar RF energy, harmlessly penetrating surface skin to correct existing imperfections in the deeper, dermis skin layer.

Since the eMatrix system doesn't utilize strong lasers and is completely non-invasive, patients of various skin tones and skin sensitivities can be successfully treated. eMatrix skin rejuvenation treatments can even be customized to the patient's ideal dermal heating intensity and depth. eMatrix treatment program options include:

  • Program A: Shallow impact, mild ablation
  • Program B: Mid-level impact, moderate ablation
  • Program C: Deepest impact, intense ablation
For the best skin rejuvenation results, eMatrix patients are advised to undergo a minimum of 3 treatments at 4-6 week intervals.

Typical Minimum Cost of eMatrix (based on national averages):
$300.00
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Typical Maximum Cost of eMatrix (based on national averages):
$2,500.00
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National Average Cost of eMatrix:
$1,400.00
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Time Required for eMatrix:
eMatrix treatments can typically be performed in 10-20 minutes.
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Is eMatrix an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
eMatrix is an outpatient procedure.
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What are the Side Effects of eMatrix?
At this time there are no known major side effects for eMatrix.
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How Long do eMatrix results last?
After completing an initial eMatrix treatment package, skin rejuvenation results can be experienced long-term. Some patients may need occasional eMatrix touch-up sessions to maintain their best results.


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What is the recovery time for eMatrix?
No recovery time is needed following eMatrix treatments.
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Will my insurance company cover eMatrix?
Since eMatrix mainly corrects cosmetic skin issues, eMatrix treatments typically aren't covered by insurance.
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Is there much discomfort for eMatrix?
Patients shouldn't experience pain or major discomfort during eMatrix treatment sessions. If an eMatrix treatment is too uncomfortable, ask your provider to adjust to a lower intensity setting.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for eMatrix?
No anesthesia is required with eMatrix treatments. A topical numbing cream may be used upon patient request or by provider recommendation.
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What else can I combine eMatrix with?
Depending on what your provider recommends, eMatrix treatments may be combined with other skin rejuvenation treatments like Fractional Laser Resurfacing, Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels, IPL Photofacial or filler injections.


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What else is eMatrix referred to as?
ematrix skin rejuvenation system, ematrix sublative rejuvenation, ematrix skin tightening, etc.
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