Thermage is a FDA-approved and non-invasive procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to create an uniform heating effect in the deep dermis. This gentle heating tightens existing collagen and stimulates the production of new collagen. It softens lines around the mouth, eyes, forehead and improves definition on the jawline and under the chin.

Thermage treatment uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate the body's natural renewal process. It combines heat energy to treat deep tissue with cooling effects to protect the skin surface.

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1. As we age, the collagen that keeps skin firm breaks down,          2. Thermage uses radiofrequency technology to heat the             3. The applied heat separates the water molecules from the
resulting in sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles.                               deep, collagen-rich layers of the skin, while the tip vibrates           fibrous collagen, causing an immediate contraction,  
                                                                                                                     and cools the surface to help aid in patient comfort.                      resulting in skin tightening.

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4. Over the new few months, the secondary healing                        5. The new collagen growth tightens the skin further                       6. For smoother, tighter skin after just one treatment, with
response continues as collagen is deposited and remodeled.       over time.                                                                                                  continued improvement for up to six months.
Face, neck and other body areas
Thermage system can help smooth, tighten and contour skin for an overall younger-looking appearance. 
Results improve over time and can be long lasting when part of an annual skin rejuvenation maintenance program.
Q: How does the Thermage procedure work?
A: The procedure works by using monopolar radiofrequency technology to heat collagen fibers deep into the dermis. Thermage system has an improved, more uniform heating action that causes the structures in the skin and underlying tissue to immediately tighten while stimulating collagen growth. Over time, new and remodeled collagen is produced to further tighten and contour the skin.

Q: Is Thermage painful? What will I feel during Thermage treatment?
A: During the treatment, patients may experience warmth in the treatment area, followed by a sensation of cold. Patients may also feel a brief stinging or pinching sensation in these areas. The treatment can be performed with vibration, which helps reduce any discomfort.

Q: What is the recovery time for Thermage? Can I go out later that day after the treatment?
A: Most patients return to their regular activities immediately following treatment. No special care is required afterward, aside from basic skin maintenance and broad-spectrum sunscreens as part of a regular skincare regimen.

Q: What will I feel after the treatment?
A: Most patients experience a subtle rosy glow and a little skin tightness for a few days immediately following treatment. The skin may also feel a little smoother right after the treatment.

Q: How long will the effects of Thermage last?
A: For most patients, measurable results appear gradually in 2-6 months following a single treatment session and can last for 1-2 years depending on your skin condition and aging process.*
*Results improve over time and can be long lasting when part of an annual skin rejuvenation maintenance program.

Q: Is the Thermage procedure safe?
A: Thermage procedure has an excellent safety record. With over 300,000 estimated worldwide client treatments to date the reported incidence of side effects is less than one in two hundred patients.

Q: What are the side effects of the treatment?
A: The most frequently reported incidents are classified as mild swelling, and some redness, bumps and blisters on the treated areas. These side effects usually disappear in a few days or weeks.

Q: When will I see the result?
A: Visible result is often immediate and improves over time. Measurable tightening and contouring improvements appear gradually over 2-6 months period following a single session.

Q: How long does it take?
A: Thermage procedure usually takes 60-80 minutes depending on the size of the treatment area. Additional time may be required for skin preparation prior to the procedure.

Q: Can Thermage be performed in areas that were previously treated with other lasers?
A: Yes, Thermage is often used in combination with other lasers for skin rejuvenation.