Dr. Joel Schlessinger recently sat down with Stuart Brazell of Aesthetic TV to share the many benefits of a Pellevé treatment. Pellevé is a revolutionary breakthrough in anti-aging technology. This non-invasive, non-surgical treatment works to reduce the severity of mild to moderate wrinkles on the face and neck. It uses gradual radiofrequency waves to increase collagen production and tighten sagging skin. As a result, you will see an improvement in the overall texture and appearance of your skin.

In this video, Dr. Joel Schlessinger shares what sets Pellevé apart from other wrinkle treatments.

Pellevé is an excellent alternative to more invasive, painful treatments and surgeries and it can be done at your doctor’s office in less than an hour. The treatment diminishes wrinkles by heating the dermal layers of the skin. This heat helps stimulate collagen to smooth and tighten the complexion.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger says one of the benefits of this treatment is that it’s not painful and doesn’t require any down time.

“My patients often say that it feels like a warm facial massage and that they’re comfortable throughout their treatments.”

Patients can see both immediate and long-term results with Pellevé. Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains.

This anti-wrinkle treatment is gaining popularity in doctors’ offices across the country. Each session lasts anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the size and number of areas treated. Plus, Pellevé requires no anesthetics or medication.

After the first treatment, your skin will look more youthful and refreshed. Significant changes to the complexion can be seen in as little as four weeks. For best results, Dr. Joel Schlessinger usually recommends three Pellevé treatments total over a span of three months. Many of his patients also opt to come in for yearly touch-ups.

Do you have a question about the Pellevé treatment? Ask Dr. Joel Schlessinger in the comments.

Posted Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 at 3:32 pm
Filed Under Category: Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Joel Schlessinger, YouTube
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