Syneron Medical, a provider of medical aesthetic products and technologies, has introduced energy-based dermal remodeling procedure, evolastin.

Evolastin delivers controlled radio frequency energy directly into the deep dermis by insulated microneedles and stimulates natural production of new collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in a single treatment.

Yale University School of Medicine and evolastin lead investigator Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas said in a one-hundred patient multi-center study conducted using this procedure, they have seen continual textual, tone or elasticity in addition to volumetric improvements for up to eighteen months post procedure and patient satisfaction has been remarkably high and equally consistent.

Northwestern University Assistant Clinical Professor and Advanced Dermatology dermatologist Amy Taub said this procedure gives patients of all skin types results and addresses volume and lifts while improving skin quality and elasticity.