3D Aesthetics celebrates clinical trial results of latest device

Published 13th May 2024 by Admin

On April 24th, 3D Aesthetics and Dr Abs Settipalli officially presented the results of their clinical trial on the brand's latest device, the 3D EMlift. The exclusive event was organised by 3D Aesthetics and was attended by clinic owners and VIP guests including Dr Jonquille who shared her extensive knowledge in her field.

In his presentation, Dr Settipalli emphasised the need for a holistic approach to anti-ageing and expressed his reservations on the overreliance on Botulinum Toxin, saying: "The first response to a patient wanting to have anti-ageing treatment or to look better should not be a toxin."

He highlighted the adverse effects of repeated and inappropriate use of Botulinum Toxins, citing independent studies and presented evidence of the negative consequences of toxin injections on skin quality, showcasing data that demonstrated deterioration in elasticity and firmness.

“What it actually showed us was that the elasticity and things like firmness completely deteriorate afterwards. Now, you may get some reduction of wrinkles and lines, but I’m not saying you won't. We’ve all seen the effects of Botulinum Toxin, but repeated and inappropriate use shows that these are the negative consequences," said Dr Settipalli who argued for a shift towards non-invasive technologies, which focuses on improving skin quality rather than solely targeting muscular movement.

"If you reach for technologies like 3D EMlift , you enhance the quality of skin; you improve tissues as early as possible. There is no need to go for Botulinum Toxin because movement is not necessarily what causes wrinkles."  

He also added, “I was behind the trial to find the data as to what it does to our skin, especially relative to things like toxin. What we found was that it makes the skin much much firmer, very, very quickly, which is the opposite of what we see with toxin when compared to previous data.”

The clinical trial results showcased significant improvements, including 100% firmer skin, 94% visible lift, 94% fewer wrinkles, and an 82% increase in muscle tone, with immediate changes observed.

“The point of this study is to realise that you shouldn't jump to injectables every single time, and there's much more to it. Combination therapy is key, especially using technology like the 3D EMlift”.

After Dr Settipalli's insightful talk, Dr Jonquille Chantrey took to the stage to share her perspective as an expert in aesthetic medicine. She emphasised the versatility and effectiveness of 3D EMlift, a treatment that she offers at her clinic in Alderley Edge, Cheshire.

She also talked about the benefits of combining the device with other therapies to enhance overall outcomes and patient satisfaction emphasising celebrities who had adopted 3D EMlift, including Sally Dynevor, Helen Skelton, and Samia Longchambon who tried the treatment at her clinic, citing impressive results.

“For the patients that were concerned about crow feet lines, forehead lines and mid facial volume deficit... If they’re nervous about other types of procedures, [3D EMlift] is a great starting point. It's painless and there’s no downtime... In my practice, the top patient reported outcome of this procedure was that they were satisfied with the definition," said Dr Chantrey.

To learn more about 3D EMlift, contact 3D Aesthetics on 01788 550440 or visit www.3d-aesthetics.co.uk

This is a sponsored story in partnership with 3D Emlift.



Published 13th May 2024

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