Microcoblation: Nonablative Skin Rejuvenation
22 March 2004 (online)
Microcoblation is the application of a controlled high-energy plasma field to intact aging skin. The treatment is nonablative and yields predictable, reversible histological changes in the epidermis, which result in skin rejuvenation. Recovery time and side effects are minimal. Although the mechanism of action is different, patient satisfaction with microcoblation compares very favorably with microdermabrasion, the traditional method of superficial skin rejuvenation.
Coblation - radiofrequency - electrosurgery - skin resurfacing - epidermis - microdermabrasion