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Dr. Bradley Kurgis Announces Free Skin Rejuvenation Consultation
Date:10/19/2013

TEMPLETON, Calif., Oct. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dr. Bradley Kurgis recently announced that his office will be continuing to offer free consultation for all skin rejuvenation therapies, but specifically for the very popular Triniti Skin Series. While there are a number of skin therapies available through Kurgis' office, Triniti, along with several other treatments, has seen a sharp increase in popularity due to the non-invasive nature of the treatment and its reputation for positive results.

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"We have had a number of clients request this treatment, and they have all been very happy with the outcome," said Kurgis, who has been practicing dermatology for many years. "We want to encourage any other interested individuals to come in for a free consultation to see if this treatment can benefit them as well."

Kurgis went on to discuss the importance of education when it comes to these therapies, noting that there are a number of options available through his office. "We have a variety of methods available to us, and it is very likely that one of these options will be ideal for anyone interested in skin rejuvenation. The key is to educate our clients so that we can help them make an informed decision," said Kurgis.

As its name implies, the Triniti Skin Series combines three applicators for "one innovative treatment solution." Using Fotofacial RF, Refirme and Matrix IR, the Triniti Series is able to rejuvenate skin in three very simple and non-invasive steps. Fotofacial RF first targets the vascular and pigmented lesions, which helps to correct skin color while also improving the texture of the skin. Refirme is then used to help tighten the skin, reducing the incidence of wrinkles while making the skin more smooth and elastic. Finally, Matrix IR is used to help stimulate the formation of new collagen.

"The Triniti Series is incredibly effective, and our clients love it because it is such an easy and comfortable process," said Kurgis. "What we can achieve for our clients in a single session of skin rejuvenation is really impressive, and it is because of this treatment methodology."

There are a number of other treatment types available to prospective clients, but Kurgis strongly recommends a consultation before any decisions are made. "It is always best to consult a professional before making any decision. We have a number of effective treatments, but what works best for one person may not be best for another. We want to help every one of our clients to have the best possible skin rejuvenation therapy possible."

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