eMatrix device - Skin and Teeth Medical Center - Ajman - UAE

eMatrix Device

A device that uses ultrasound to treat the effects of aging, rejuvenate the skin and rid it of wrinkles.

How eMatrix works

Over time, the skin sagging and being invaded by lines. The network of collagen fibers begins to weaken as collagen is destroyed and retracted. While doctors have many techniques to counter or reverse the apparent decline of collagen, the ideal solution is to reverse the problem causing this decline in the first place.



Skin repair activates and rejuvenates the collagen network.


 eMatrix E-two technology rejuvenates skin with a unique combination of SublativeTMand SublatimeTM. This technique is based on the principle of treating the skin for itself, as if any part of the skin is damaged, the neighboring areas rush to treat the damage. Primarily used to treat acne scars, E Matrix SublativeTM technology uses fractionated dipole radio-frequency energy that is safe to use on all skin types and degrees; The wave-frequency energy is projected deep into the layers of the epidermis through a treatment head that contains tiny probes. This procedure instigates a reaction towards skin lesions in the targeted areas which is done in a safe and harmless manner. This is exactly what skin needs to stimulate cells to produce collagen and other fibers in these areas. The surrounding areas will also speed up the treatment process. As collagen production increases, there will be a noticeable improvement in the appearance and texture of the skin.



SublativeTM is a fast and relatively painless wrinkle treatment and skin regeneration treatment, which supports facial tissues by stimulating collagen production.


What are the desired results of eMatrix technology?

eMatrix technology will give you smooth, rejuvenated skin after one session. The session lasts between 20 and 40 minutes and is effective on all skin types. And because the treatment can be directed at the appropriate layer of skin, the results are amazing.


SublativeTM technology has a very simple recovery time for minimal discomfort in the dermis. SublativeTM technology improves uneven skin texture, sagging skin, and surface skin damage. It also treats wrinkles and scars.


Also, SublativeTM technology has virtually no downtime or side effects. Some people may experience slight "short-lived" redness a few hours after treatment.

Pre-treatment care

Here are some tips on what to avoid the days before treatment to get the full effect of the treatment.


7days ago:


Products containing Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acid (AHA), Retinol and Retinoids, Hydroquinone, Tazorac, and Differin.


Prolonged exposure to sunlight and artificial tanning


Cosmetic treatments such as chemical peels, laser hair removal, Botox®, and dermal fillers.


Keep your doctor informed of any breakouts before treatment, or if you are at risk of cold sores or use of Accutane or similar products.

Post-treatment care

While you can resume your activities shortly after treatment, the redness and swelling may take between 3 to 7 days to completely disappear.


You may feel hot or tingling during the treatment and a slight sunburn-like appearance after the treatment. These symptoms are normal and will disappear after a short time. Your skin will need a different care regimen in the days following the treatment. Here is what you should do and avoid.


on you:

-         Continuously moisturizing your skin during the recovery period

-         Avoid direct sunlight as much as possible and use a sunblock with SPF30 or greater to avoid sun damage.

-         Inform your doctor of any side effects or complications



-         Touch, rub or massage the treated area for 24 hours

-         Make-up 6-12 hours after treatment

-         Exfoliate the skin for 7 days after the treatment

-         Doing any strenuous physical activities


Conclusion: eMatrix technology is used for the following conditions: acne scars and other scars, sun damage, fine wrinkles.

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