Iroquois Ridge Medical & Dermal in Oakville

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Sublime™ Skin Tightening & Skin Contouring

Natural aging process takes its toll on your skin over time. Combine this with the effects of gravity, sun exposure and stress, and your skin looks anything but it best. It is estimated that we lose up to 1% of our natural collagen each year. This leads to visible signs of aging— sagging skin resulting in decreased skin elasticity, skin texture changes, crow's feet, fine lines and wrinkles.

Several non–invasive procedures have been developed in recent times to help reverse aging skin by tightening the skin and softening facial wrinkles. There are procedures that use infrared or radiofrequency, but they take a lot of time and have been plagued by side effects and patient discomfort. There are several methods out there promising the best results for your skin, but most fall short. Sublime™ is a breakthrough treatment that combines the best current technology to deliver healthy–looking skin.

How Sublime™ works

Sublime™ combines safe and effective levels of infrared light and bipolar radiofrequency energies, providing controlled deep dermal heating, to remodel the dermal layer of the skin by stimulating new collagen growth with a very low risk of side effects and virtually no down-time. This predictable heating of the deep dermis both stimulates and shortens aged collagen fibers, resulting in the immediate and long term improvement of wrinkles and facial contour. Sublime is the safest, most effective and comfortable solution for your skin problems.

What is Sublime™?

Sublime is a non–invasive and non–surgical procedure used to restore youthful appearance and Iriquois Ridge Medical & Dermal is one of the finest derma clinic to use Sublime™ tehcnology. It uses a unique combination of bipolar radiofrequency and infrared light to tighten the skin with little discomfort, no downtime and free from potentially harmful side effects.


Schedule a complimentary consultation with us to determine whether you are a good candidate for this procedure.

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