Facial plastic surgeon adds Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction System into Main Line Center for Laser Surgery

Facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Jason D. Bloom knows anti-aging. That's why he's just introduced the Pelleve® Wrinkle Reduction System into the Main Line Center for Laser Surgery where he's committed to helping patients look their best.

"I first heard about and started using Pelleve when I was training at New York University. The systems were in the offices of several well-regarded facial plastic surgeons and it was there I learned about the exciting results of Pelleve. I knew it would be perfect for my patients who are seeking a non-invasive way to look younger," says Dr. Bloom.

A revolutionary system, Pelleve slowly heats the deep layers of the skin with radiofrequency technology. This stimulates the skin to create new collagen that plumps wrinkles and firms and tightens.

When it comes to anti-aging, Dr. Bloom's patients aren't after that over-done or pulled too-tight appearance. Rather, they want a natural and refreshed look, which Pelleve provides painlessly and quickly. "Pelleve is a great 'lunchtime' rejuvenation treatment. Patients can go back to work with no downtime," says Dr. Bloom.

Dr. Bloom is quick to point out that Pelleve is the perfect fit for his personal treatment philosophy in bringing cutting-edge technology that provides safe, reliable, and long-lasting results. At the Main Line Center for Laser Surgery, Dr. Bloom individualizes treatments to fit the needs of each patient, something Pelleve is made for. The system's specially designed hand piece allows for a targeted delivery of energy into areas of the face that need it the most.

"A patient needs multiple treatments spaced four to six weeks apart—and we feel that it's these types of procedures that ultimately produce the best results," explains Dr. Bloom. "Patients don't want to look different. Luckily Pelleve leaves them looking better, healthier and more refreshed."


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