• Duration: 30-60 minutes
• Intervals: 4-6 weeks
ClearLift is a non-ablative form of skin resurfacing that targets multiple layers of the skin causing collagen stimulation.
ClearLift can be used to treat almost all areas of the face (lower eyelids, nasal folds, marionette lines), neck, and even hands
No, ClearLift is a painless treatment
• 2 weeks before: avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen
• 1 week before: discontinue use of retinols, AHA’s, and BHA’s
• Patients taking antibiotics should not be treated with a laser as it causes the skin to be photo sensitive.
ClearLift works by gently resurfacing the skin. It helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and pores. ClearLift works on the subcutaneous tissue to stimulate collagen production while bypassing the upper layers of the skin. Multiple tips are used to target different depths of the skin
This treatment should be performed 4-6 times spaced about a month apart, but many notice results after 1-2 treatments. ClearLift is a gradual process so tightening and lifting can be seen over the course of several weeks
No, ClearLift has no downtime associated with the treatment. Some patients leave the office slightly red, but it usually subsides within an hour.
Meet Dr. Subbio
Subbio Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa is a comprehensive center specializing in Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery. Located in Newtown Square across from the beautiful DuPont Farms, Dr. Subbio brings with him over 10 years of training and experience as an Attending Surgeon at the Lehigh Valley Health Network.Schedule a Consultation >
It’s the perfect marriage of science and artistry. In fact, he’ll hand-draw his projected results right in front of you during your consultation.
He was inspired to become a surgeon after learning about plastic surgeons who volunteer their skill and artistic vision to help cleft lip and burn victims in India. Once he became a surgeon, he began volunteering himself, traveling to third world countries to perform procedures.
Dr. Subbio won’t try to convince you to have a procedure that isn’t best for you. Your safety, well-being, and satisfaction are paramount.