Sublative Skin Rejuvenation

Chao Plastic Surgery | Latham, NY

What is Sublative?

Sublative is the most revolutionary skin rejuvenation in today's cosmetic market.  Sublative offers patients of all skin types a safe and effective
solution for reversing multiple signs of aging. Sublative stimulates collagen production required for treating mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial imperfections in your skin’s
tone and texture, leaving you with a more youthful appearance.

The photographs contained in this website are for the purpose of illustration only. They represent the average outcome for the procedure described. Chao Plastic Surgery does not and cannot offer any guarantee as to the outcome for any individual. Your results may be significantly different from the results represented in the before-and-after photography of Chao Plastic Surgery.

What can be treated with Sublative?

*Mild to Moderate Facial Fine Lines & Wrinkles

*Stretch Marks


*Active Acne or Cystic Acne

*Acne Scars​

*Sun Damage

*Lax Skin

*Texture Irregularities

How does Sublative work?

Sublative is NOT a laser, it is radio frequency energy. RF (radio frequency) energy is directed into the skin in the form of a matrix.  Healthy skin around the dots accelerates the healing process of the skin.  Post treatment, new collagen and healthy cells are produced.  Mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial imperfections of your skin's tone and texture are reduced. Individual results and experience may vary.

When can I expect to see results?

Typical treatment protocol is 3-5 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart.  The total number of required sessions depends on your desired outcome and response to the treatment. Collagen production can continue for up to 6 months post treatment. So you can maintain your results in as little as two treatments a year. Individual results and experience may vary.

Does it hurt?

During treatments, most patients describe is as warm, prickly sensation as energy enters their skin.  After treatment your skin is a pink or red "sunburn" appearance.  Topical anesthetic is used if desired to reduce unpleasant feelings during treatment.

Is Sublative right for me?

Treatment is a safe and effective solution for most skin types.

Jerome D. Chao, MD FACS

13 Century Hill Drive

 Latham, NY 12110

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