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A non-invasive radiofrequency skin therapy, the FDA-approved Thermage aims to smooth and tighten sagging skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles by stimulating collagen growth. LEARN MORE ›

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I've had termage on my face and neck, my arms and my hands. Yes it does hurt and I take two medications 1/2 hr before each time. I had good results on face but no visible results on neck; which is why I recently had lipo on my chin. My arms did well particularly the tricepts area. I had... READ MORE

2 injections during an eyelift procedure - I'm not impressed with the results. I can't tell you if the injections actually hurt as they were done while I was 'under' for eyelid surgery. 6 wks post surgery, I don't seem much of a difference in the area of injection which was... READ MORE

Had thermage on face and body after weight loss and my skin looks older and is scarred where I had the treatments and I went to a licensed dermatologist these treatments are dangerous!!!! READ MORE

I wanted a non-invasive procedure and I decided to go for Thermage after watching a tv interview with a doctor who was in favor of it. The most painful experience I ever had in my life, my face was swollen for almost 6 months. I did my whole face and I have been loosing hair since I had this... READ MORE

Pros: none Cons: large cost for NO effect How can something cost so much and have so little effect? READ MORE

Hi there. Wow. I am worried now. I received a free treatment of Thermage around my eyes. I was a guinne pig for a doctor learning the process directly from Thermage. The treatment did not hurt (well, here and there, there was a bit of a pinch now and then (was told the dr. hit "a bundle of... READ MORE

I had this done by a fairly reputable dermatologist about 4 years ago. Results were great, and have held up over time, with no down side. The doctor, his staff, and his mother all had previously had the procedure done, which influenced me a lot, as they all looked good. At the time, I wasn't... READ MORE

Thermage does not work on a drooping upper eyelid whatsoever. Procedure was uncomfortable, but not painful. No downtime. The before and after pictures look exactly the same. Very expensive and ineffective. I ended up having upper bleph surgery and it looks awesome! Save your money. READ MORE

I can't for the life of me figure out why I let my Doctor talk me into this. I saw the reviews and boards. It started out that he was just going to do my forehead to give me a lift, then he was just going to do the "jowl" area. It looked good so I let him do the rest of my face. BIG BIG... READ MORE

Please don't do it. I had Thermage Eyes with horrible side effects. One eye is wide open and the other is drooping below my pupil. My eyes are extremely sensitive to light. I can't go outside, even with sunglasses, for any lenght of time. I look bizarre to say the least. One doctor thinks it... READ MORE

I am 41 years old, and have been noticing sagging/drooping skin on my neck and around my eyes. I had done the Active FX laser facial 2 years ago, but I didn't want to do the 1 week downtime again. I did research and Thermage seemed like a good alternative to give me the results I was looking... READ MORE

The thermage nonsurgical facelift was one of the best treatments I could have chosen to restore my skin. It hurt more than I had expected, but each laser pulse was very short in duration. The results were amazing! The change was significant in tightening my skin. Several years later, I continue... READ MORE

I was told by my Dr. that the person who does the treatment comes in once a month by appt. only and they have had great success with this. I should have investigated further! Even the tech who performed the procedure said the results would be good but, would take several months. It has been 8... READ MORE

I suffered a minor soft tissue injury to the left side of my face 8 years ago. Over time and with aging, the left side of my face from the cheek down was visibly sagging more and faster than the right side of my face, which did not suffer an injury. So this year at age 51 I decided to do... READ MORE

I went through a Thermage session for complete face and neck 1 week ago. I am very happy with the results. The first moment I looked into the mirror at my Physicians office I saw remarkable results to my jaw line, skin underneath the chin and my neck.I didn't mention any thing to my sons and the... READ MORE

I'm 46 and was noticing some sagging along my jaw: proto-jowls, you might say. I did Thermage for my lower face/jawline area.At first I was pretty nervous about it. But the procedure was only uncomfortable for a few moments here & there. And I'm happy to say that it has been less than a week... READ MORE

I had thermage in Nov. 2008. At first thought I had totally wasted my money, but at about 4-5 months, noticed both eyes drooping less, mouth turns up instead of down now.Best though is what it did for the overall qulaity of my skin - have always had pretty good complexion, but as I turned 50,... READ MORE

As I passed my 49th birthday, I wanted to treat myself to a fresher look. I've always looked young for my age due to the fact that I carry quite a bit of volume in my face, but the older I get, the further south it slides! I can see a future of jowles ahead, but I'm in no way ready for a real... READ MORE

I had the full face Thermage treatment 10 months ago. (I was 44 then.) They explained that I probably wouldn't see results until 3-6 months later. Well, I'm still waiting! I know that the aging process continues, but I think I look worse. Plus, it really hurt! It's like someone poking your face... READ MORE

Had Thermage about 3 years ago at the age of 38 since then I have developed dark spots on my cheek bones and on forehead.I have seen some results but I do not think it was worth the cost at least for me. I had been a car accident that damaged my cheek. I wanted a little lift since it always... READ MORE

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How much does Thermage cost?

The typical cost for Thermage ranges from $601-$4,525 with an average cost of $2,450. Costs will vary by surgeon, geographic region and the complexity of the procedure. Cost estimates are based on 316 patient reviews submitted on RealSelf. Learn more