ThermiSmooth® therapy uses temperature-controlled radio frequency technology to gently heat targeted areas of your skin and naturally stimulate collagen, giving you smooth, natural looking results. Through the years, our face and body begin to reveal the signs of aging. Although there is a wide spectrum of cosmetic solutions, patients are increasingly gravitating towards non-invasive options that offer natural looking results without surgery or downtime. This application targets the following areas: forehead, area around your eyes, cheeks, mouth, and neck.
ThermiSmooth® Radiofrequency Therapy Treatment
The ThermiSmooth® hand piece is gently rolled on the surface of your skin, while heating targeted tissues below your skin. Patients often say it feels like a warm massage. No preparation is required before undergoing treatment.
The length of treatment depends on the size of the treatment area and its condition. The face usually takes about 45 minutes; other parts of the body can take up to 90 minutes. The majority of patients require three treatments each separated by 4-weeks. Some clients choose to have the procedure monthly.
ThermiSmooth® Radiofrequency Therapy Results
Results appear gradually in the 2 to 6 months after treatment, although some patients see an earlier response.
ThermiSmooth® Radiofrequency Therapy Advantages
Unlike other ways of repairing loose and sagging skin, ThermiSmooth® treatment has a number of advantages. They include:
- No significant recovery period or downtime
- Visible results after 1 to 2 treatments
- Continued improvement to skin over time
- No incisions are necessary
- Special care not required post-treatment
ThermiSmooth® controlled RF system is indicated:
- In the United States for use in dermatological and general surgical procedures for electrocoagulation and hemostasis.
- In Europe for electrocoagulation of soft tissues for vulvovaginal laxity.
Important Safety Considerations:
Thermi radiofrequency products should not be used on patients who are pregnant, have a fever or skin infection in or around the area of treatment. Expected procedure side effects may include transient pain in the procedure area, erythema and edema.