The American Institute for Plastic Surgery Now Offering the Latest Photodynamic Cosmetic Treatment, Allumera®!

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The American Institute For Plastic Surgery is thrilled to be offering Allumera as a new photodynamic cosmetic treatment that produces dynamic results for timeless skin and offers a new way for women and men to look their best.

The American Institute for Plastic Surgery is thrilled to be offering Allumera, the first in a new class of photodynamic cosmetics.

What is Allumera?
Allumera is a topical cream specifically formulated to improve the overall appearance of skin, to reduce the outward signs of aging and to minimize the appearance of pores with minimal downtime and results that last!

What are the Results?
In a five-month controlled study, people experienced a 44% reduction in the appearance of their pores three months after their last treatment.*

In a survey conducted three months after their last Allumera treatment*:
•93% of people said their skin felt softer.
•91% of people said their skin felt more hydrated, moisturized and smoother.
•89% of people said their skin texture was improved.
•86% of people said their skin looked and felt healthier.
•The majority of people said they would recommend Allumera to a friend.

How is Allumera applied?
Allumera is applied to the face and then sets in the skin for 60 minutes. The cream is then washed off and activated by exposing the skin to a source of light left to the discretion of the healthcare professional. Each Allumera treatment takes approximately one hour and for optimal results, three Allumera treatments are recommended spaced four weeks apart.

How is it different?
“The American Institute For Plastic Surgery is excited to announce the addition of Allumera with IPL to our treatment line-up. Allumera is a non-invasive treatment option that will reduce the appearance of pores, and greatly improve skin tone and texture with minimal downtime. An Allumera treatment with IPL is the single most beneficial skin care treatment I have ever seen in my 11 years as a medical skin care therapist,” said Erin Campbell, MEDspa Director and Licensed Esthetician with The American Institute For Plastic Surgery. Allumera is well-tolerated and fills the gap for those looking for more than a chemical peel, but wish to avoid more invasive procedures. For more information about Allumera, visit http://www.allumera.com.

About The American Institute For Plastic Surgery
Dr. Scott Harris, Dr. Alfred Antonetti, Dr. Peter Raphael, Dr. Jennyfer Cocco, Dr. John Antonetti, and Dr. Alan Dulin are partners in the American Institute for Plastic Surgery. All partners, except for Dr. Jennyfer Cocco, are board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Along with a dedicated team of registered nurses, anesthetists, estheticians, and support staff, the entire team strives to deliver the highest level of patient care. The American Institute for Plastic Surgery also hosts the “Beauty for Life” Radio Show which is a one-hour radio show featuring the Board-Certified plastic surgeons of AI4PS discussing the latest in plastic surgery procedures to help you look and feel your best. The show airs on KRLD 1080 AM radio in Dallas on Sunday mornings from 10am to 11am.

*RevitAll Study, 2011

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