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Isolaz Acne Therapy and Skin Rejuvenation

After years of researching lasers and intense pulsed light devices, Dr. Martin B. Miller has concluded that the Aesthera Photoneumatic TM PPx Isolaz system is the most advanced treatment for skin rejuvenation. PPx therapy is FDA cleared and the first clinically proven painless treatment for sun damaged, aging skin, brown spots, redness, broken capillaries, and unsightly veins, as well as the leading technology in the treatment of acne.

This sophisticated treatment is a quick, non-invasive, no-downtime, in-office procedure that requires no pre-treatment anesthetics or numbing creams. PPx therapy is the first and only therapy to effectively combine pneumatic energy (pressure) with broadband light. PPx therapy differs from other laser and light based treatments in that it is 5 times more efficient in the delivery of energy to unwanted hair, brown/red spots, broken capillaries and acne. This highly efficient delivery of energy allows PPx therapy to use a fraction of the energy that other treatments require, making treatments very gentle. It is also painless because energy is concentrated in the hair, skin pigmentation, or acne to be treated, protecting the surrounding normal tissue. Treatments are more hygienic with no risk of infection.


The Aesthera Photopneumatic (PPx)™ Isolaz System treatment tip gently draws the area to be treated into the hand piece. This “pulling up” motion brings all the pigment, redness, unsightly veins, unwanted hair and acne closer to the light source. Light energy is then applied, converted to heat energy and absorbed by the targets, quickly, painlessly and effectively removing them, leaving the skin with a smoother and more youthful look. PPx therapy offers superior results with the most advanced treatment technology.


The Aesthera Isolaz System is only one facet to Dr. Miller’s comprehensive skin care practice. Dr. Miller is a board certified dermatologist and is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the University of California at San Francisco. He is constantly studying advances in the art and science of dermatology.