Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics
8201 Preston Road #350
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: (214) 631-7546
Fax: (214) 631-8546
Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4p.m.
EXO|E exosome technology, or the “XO Factor”, is a concentrated dose of stem cell factors designed to amplify your microneedling, Scarlet SRF and Fraxel laser resurfacing results. EXO|E rejuvenation is the topical application of exosomes, liposomes, growth factors, anti-inflammatory factors, VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) and over 2,000 additional factors before, during and after your treatment.
Benefits of exosome therapy include:
- Up to a 3x faster recovery with enhanced rejuvenation results
- 10x stimulation of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid
- Introducing 15 billion exosomes and 2,000 active system stem cell secretory factors per application
Learn more about exosomes below in our Q&A section.
Scarlet SRF is the latest tool in our arsenal to address the signs of aging, as well as treat acne-prone skin. The FDA-cleared treatment combines RF (radiofrequency) and microneedling to rebuild collagen in the skin. This treatment helps to smooth fine lines, tighten skin, decrease pore size and improve the texture of the skin.
Traditional microneedling involves creating tiny punctures in the skin using micro-needles, which cause the skin to start the healing process to stimulate collagen production. This helps with skin tightening and improvement of superficial appearance.
By adding short-pulsed radiofrequency, the Scarlet SRF treatment triggers even more collagen production and causes subdermal tissues to tighten and contract. It is a powerful, minimally invasive skin treatment that rejuvenates and lessens the signs of aging by effectively tightening sagging skin, reducing wrinkles, improving texture and overall appearance. It also helps with scarring, stretch marks, and reducing pore size.
We often combine Agnes and Scarlet treatments to maximize skin tightening in certain areas such as the jawline and under eye area.
Agnes Precision RF
Agnes RF (radio frequency) is a non-surgical skin tightening procedure for areas of the face, including under the eyes and the jawline, as well as to treat persistent acne cysts and overactive oil glands.
Using the power of RF energy-enabled microneedles to boost collagen production and provide natural-looking results, Agnes RF works to:
- Treat skin laxity and sagging
- Improve skin texture and smoothness
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Plump the skin
- Promote collagen production
- Tighten the face and neck
- Treat scars
- Target fat reduction under the chin, jowls and eye bags
Unlike lasers, which are light-based forms of energy, RF energy is electricity that we carefully control with specialized devices, such as the Agnes RF. The heat from the RF treatment causes fat coagulation and tighten collagen fibers in your skin, while also stimulating fibroblasts to produce more collagen – helping you achieve tighter, younger-looking skin, with minimal downtime.
We typically recommend patients undergo a series of Agnes RF treatments to achieve optimal results. Since it takes time for collagen to build up, your results will continue improving throughout the months following your treatment.
Microneedling with the Collagen P.I.N. is a simple treatment that improves the skin’s texture and appearance by using the body’s natural healing process to produce new collagen and elastin. Microneedling creates precise, microscopic channels at various depths to trigger the skin’s natural rejuvenation. Men and women concerned about uneven skin texture and mild to moderate acne scars can achieve excellent microneedling results at the Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics.
Getting Great Results
There are numerous treatments available that can improve the texture and tone of your skin. They range from chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing to IPL Photofacial. Dr. Stetler and Dr. Polder customize treatments based on a thorough assessment of your skin, so that you get the desired results. That customization includes combining microneedling with other treatments, including:
- Clear + Brilliant Perméa laser skin resurfacing
- IPL Photofacial
- Fraxel® laser skin resurfacing
OUR TEAM LEADERS
Our board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Lori Stetler, Dr. Kristel Polder, and Dr. Jill Feetham, lead a team of experienced and highly trained aesthetic specialists who provide exceptional patient care.Meet Dr. Lori Stetler Meet Dr. Kristel Polder Meet Dr. Jill Feetham
Microneedling treatments typically cause mild swelling and redness in the first couple of days following the procedure. It’s similar to a mild sunburn, and any discomfort can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain relief medication. Most of the redness and swelling, along with bruising if it occurs, is gone by the third day after your treatment.
To learn more about the medical-grade, state-of-the-art microneedling treatment, request a consultation online or call (214) 631-7546 to make an appointment. We serve men and women from throughout Plano, Frisco, and other Dallas communities. When you schedule a consultation for cosmetic procedures, you will also receive a customized “Total Skin Rejuvenation” plan to help you achieve your ideal look.
A Reputation Built on Results
What are Exosomes?
Exosomes are extracellular vesicles that come from STEM cells, carrying nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and metabolites. These transit vehicles are integral to body functions, helping with waste management, wound healing, and other key bodily functions. But, without the proper cell signaling components these exosomes are not able to do much on their own.
What’s special about EXO|E Technology?
EXO|E Technology is based on a proprietary system utilizing biomimetic nanoparticles. Combining 20 times the amount of cell signaling versus similar products, introducing 15 billion exosomes, and additionally adding over 2,000 stem cell factors per application the EXO|E Rejuvenation Line results in faster recovery and an improved patient treatment experience.
What skin types are best for this treatment?
EXO|E is safe for all skin types. Patients should always consult their practitioner for advice.Back to Top