Enhanced full-face skin rejuvenation using synchronous intense pulsed optical and conducted bipolar radiofrequency energy (ELOS): introducing selective radiophotothermolysis.

@article{Sadick2005EnhancedFS,
  title={Enhanced full-face skin rejuvenation using synchronous intense pulsed optical and conducted bipolar radiofrequency energy (ELOS): introducing selective radiophotothermolysis.},
  author={Neil S Sadick and Macrene R Alexiades-Armenakas and Patrick Bitter and George J Hruza and Robert Stephen Mulholland},
  journal={Journal of drugs in dermatology : JDD},
  year={2005},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={181-6}
}
BACKGROUND The authors previously reported their experience achieving non-ablative skin enhancement with serial, full-face, intense pulsed light treatments in a large series of patients. A new method for skin renewal electro-optical synergy (ELOS), which combines intense pulsed optical energy and conducted bipolar radiofrequency (RF) energy into a single pulse, has been recently introduced. Intense pulsed optical energy and bipolar RF energy have been used in dermatologic surgery for many years… CONTINUE READING
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