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EPAT has proven results as reflected in its high rate of patient satisfaction. In our pilot study (Sattler, Aesthetic Dermatology February 2008), 91% of patients say they would recommend EPAT to other patients. The patients noticed an improvement in their skin in an average of only 2.5 sessions with no side effects reported.
EPAT treatment has a multilayer effect that includes:
Typically, coupling gel is applied to the treatment area of interest to enhance effectiveness. Then EPAT® pressure waves are released via the applicator and moved over the area of interest in a circular motion.
Yes. This FDA-cleared technology was developed in Europe and is currently used around the globe. A wealth of medical experience, state-of-the-art engineering and optimal quality have been built into each EPAT® device. Extensive clinical studies and tests have confirmed its safety and efficacy.
Treatment sessions take approximately 20 minutes depending on the number of areas treated. Generally, at least 8-12 treatment sessions (2 per week) are necessary to achieve desired results.
The non-invasive EPAT treatment has virtually no risks or side effects.
The safety and effectiveness of the EPAT® procedure has not been determined on people with the following health conditions:
Your physician will provide you with information about how these and other conditions might affect the determination to perform the EPAT® procedures.
EPAT is the first effective and long-lasting treatment modality for treating connective tissue disorders. It is invasive with virtually no risks, side effects or downtime. EPAT has a success satisfaction rate of more than 80%.
Your doctor is the best person to talk to about EPAT. You can start now by finding an EPAT provider closest to you. Or, if you like to let your current doctor’s office know about EPAT, just fill out this form and we’ll take it from there! We are happy to contact their office to let them know patients were asking about EPAT.