Clinical Efficacy of a Novel Sonic Infusion System for Periorbital Rhytides

September 2010 | Volume 9 | Issue 9 | Original Article | 1121 | Copyright © 2010

Sona Shah BS and Tina S. Alster MD

Abstract

Aging skin is a leading concern of most men and women seeking cosmetic dermatologic consultation. Various in-office procedures as well as topical at-home regimens, are generally prescribed to reduce the signs of aging, but relatively few provide immediate clinical benefit. A novel sonic infusion system that combines sonic micro-massage with an anti-aging serum was studied to determine its immediate effect on a wide range of patients with periocular rhytides. Clinical improvement of periocular rhytides was achieved after a single sonic infusion treatment (30 seconds/eye). Patients with more severe rhytides and those older than 40 years of age showed the best clinical results.

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