I Am 25 and Want to Do Thermage to Tighten the Fat on my Jawline. Will It Work?
Thermage on Jawline - Will It Work?
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Thermage is the best non-surgical option out there at this time for skin tightening. There are many variables that make a good treatment. You must go to an experienced practitioner, they must do adequate number of pulses at a high enough energy. Using the new Thermage CPT (Comfort Pulse Technology) it is very easy to administer a thorough treatment because it is virtually painless. Our patients love the results.
Thermage for the Jawline
Thermage® is now a safe, non-invasive, radiofrequency (RF) cosmetic procedure that’s clinically proven to help smooth, tighten and contour skin for an overall younger looking appearance. The treatment delivers natural looking results with little to no downtime —on all skin colors, on and off the face, all in a single procedure. Fast and easy, you can even come in during your lunch break and return to work after!
Thermage® uses radiofrequency technology to heat the deep, collagen rich layers of your skin. The heat helps tighten existing collagen and stimulate the formation of new collagen, which reduces sagging, renews contours, and improves the smoothness and texture of the skin’s surface. Comfort Pulse Technology, including a vibrating handpiece delivers enhanced patient comfort.
On the face, Thermage® can treat sagging skin, loose jowls, lack of definition in the jaw line, sagging neck skin (“turkey neck”), wrinkles and fine lines, and lack of definition in the lips. Around the eyes, Thermage® can treat under eye bags, hooding, rough texture on the eyelids, wrinkles and fine lines, and other contributors to tired looking eyes. Elsewhere on the body, Thermage® can treat wrinkled, crepey, sagging or bulging skin as well as the appearance of cellulite!
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