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Top Manhattan Dermatologist Now Offers Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction Treatment

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 6:23 AM


Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton offers new technology for non-invasive skin-tightening to patients

NEW YORK, May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Rosemarie Ingleton, MD, announces that Ingleton Dermatology in Manhattan, now has the Pelleve® Wrinkle Reduction System, a revolutionary skin-tightening system for non-ablative facial rejuvenation.

Dr. Ingleton, a dermatologist, uses Pelleve—an advanced radiofrequency technology—because the treatment provides immediate and long-term skin benefits for her patients with noticeable results. "Pelleve delivers energy to the dermal tissue using advanced radiofrequency technology to induce collagen contraction and stimulate new collagen formation while rejuvenating skin. It is an ideal treatment for patients in the earlier stages of skin aging and we are happy to offer it to our patients here in Manhattan," says Dr. Ingleton. 

Dr. Ingleton believes Pelleve is ideal for patients with mild to moderate wrinkles who cannot take time off from work to have more invasive treatments. Dr. Ingleton has previous experience with radio frequency techniques. After being introduced to the Pelleve technology, not only was she impressed by its outcomes, but her patients like that it is a non-invasive solution for aging skin.

Pelleve works by delivering heat into the deep layers of the skin, facilitating growth of new collagen, resulting in skin tightening and contouring with a noticeable improvement in skin quality and texture. Patients report that the treatment is warm, relaxing and virtually pain-free. "Pelleve is a great age-eraser cosmetic treatment for patients who want to feel better about themselves without any downtime."

About Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton:

Rosemarie Ingleton, M.D. is a national authority in general and cosmetic dermatology, skin products and treatments, and is a noted leader in treating ethnic skin, adult acne and in dermatologic surgery. She launched Ingleton Dermatology in 1996 and was one of the first dermatologists in New York City to use warm, spa-like environs to help patients relax during diagnosis and treatment.  Dr. Ingleton is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, and a Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She received a BA in psychobiology from New York University and her medical degree from the University of Maryland.

Pelleve is now offered at Ingleton Dermatology located at 14 East 4th Street in New York City. 

About The Pelleve Treatment:
Available only through physicians, including dermatologists and plastic surgeons, the Pelleve® Wrinkle Reduction System is a proven, effective, safe and virtually painless cosmetic treatment that reduces wrinkles on the face using advanced radiofrequency technology. To view a video of how Pelleve works, please visit: http://www.pelleve.com/science.html

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