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New York Dermatologist Offers the Latest in Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction Technology

Wed, 08/17/2011 - 3:44am
Bio-Medicine.Org

NEW YORK, Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading dermatologist Dr. Arielle Kauvar announces that her practice, New York Laser & Skin Care, now offers the newest generation of the Pelleve™ Wrinkle Reduction System with the new GlideSafe™ Handpieces. The Pelleve System from Ellman International provides a revolutionary skin-tightening treatment resulting in non-ablative skin rejuvenation.

Dr. Kauvar is known for offering effective, minimally invasive procedures to her patients that provide maximum skin care results. She chose to incorporate the Pelleve System -- an innovative radiofrequency technology -- in her practice as it fits perfectly with her philosophy as a dermatologist and skin care expert of providing excellent yet natural results for her patients. "I am pleased to  be able to provide this treatment for my patients who are seeking an effective, safe, and virtually pain free way to combat wrinkles and tighten their facial skin," says Dr. Kauvar.

The Pelleve system slowly delivers heat into the deep layers of skin, resulting in the creation of new collagen and tightening the skin. Many patients report that the treatment is very pleasant and feels like a warm facial massage.

"I can give my patients a customized treatment by using a combination of the different sizes of Pelleve handpieces that are available, addressing each patient's specific areas of concern. Treatment time is minimized and my patients are back to their daily activities in under an hour," says Dr. Kauvar. "Knowing that they can get more youthful, refreshed skin at an affordable price, and with no downtime, has been a significant benefit to my patients. And, I'm happy to be able to give them what they ask for with the Pelleve treatment."

Dr. Arielle Kauvar is the director of New York Laser &a

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