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What is Ellacor?
The Parker Skin & Aesthetic Clinic is thrilled to be one of the first in the country to offer the Ellacor System with Micro Coring Technology! A revolutionary wrinkle and skin laxity treatment, the Ellacor System with Micro Coring Technology produces natural results with minimal recovery. Ellacor targets the lower to mid face area without surgery or scarring.
How does it work?
Ellacor uses specially designed needles to remove excess skin painlessly and precisely. Completely scar-free. Not only is excess skin removed, but the body’s natural healing response starts working to lift and tighten as the skin rapidly heals.
What are the benefits of Ellacor?
- No incisions or evidence of scarring.
- Removes skin resulting in the skin tightening as it heals.
- Safe and quick healing process.
- Precisely removes excess skin from targeted areas.
- Diminishes the appearance of wrinkles.
- Can reduce the appearance of marionette lines and jowls.
- Results are visible while still looking natural.
- In-office procedure performed under local anesthesia.
What does the procedure feel like?
To ensure your comfort during treatment, a local anesthetic will be administered to the treatment area. Once the skin has become numb, your provider will carefully use the Ellacor device to strategically construct micro-cores in a precise grid pattern. Healing will start practically immediately.
How many treatments are necessary?
Your Parker Clinic Provider will assess your skin and discuss your goals and concerns to determine how many Ellacor treatments are required. Most patients will see a significant result after 2-3 treatments.
Schedule a Consultation
For more information on Ellacor in Cleveland or to schedule a consultation for a personalized treatment plan with one of our providers, please contact The Parker Skin & Aesthetic Clinic today. Our team of expert medical and aesthetic providers can answer any question you may have about your Ellacor treatment in Cleveland.