a doctor suggested i have Thermage CPT to tighten-up sagging skin. Said Thermage CPT has much improved vs. old thermage. Since i see thermage is really disliked on here for the old technique do you really think the new version is that much better (2X better)? thx!
Does Thermage CPT Really Work?
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Thermage CPT is much improved over old technology
The new CPT Thermage is far superior to the old technology. The new Thermage is painless and is more effective. The CPT technologies allows you to use safe and effective energies in an easier way than the old Thermage. I have been extremely pleased both with patient comfort and results. The only downside is that it can take up to two hours for the procedure and may be repeated again in a few years as we age with gravity.
Does Thermage Work?
With the new Thermage CPT upgrade, the results are consistently much better an the older machines. I think one of te most important factors is appropriate patient selection. If a patient has too much laxity that would be better addressed with a facelift then I will refer the patient to plastics. One of the interesting things I have noticed in our diverse patient populations is that Asian, mediterranean, and Latino skin types seem to be slam dunk consistently repeat great results.
Thermage CPT Works
The newer Thermage CPT has much more consistent results then the old Thermage. The old Thermage energy distribution was different, the hand pieces and sizes of the tips have changed and vibration mechanisms have been added. Patient comfort is high, virtually painless, and results are consistently good to great. We are thrilled with what Thermage CPT has done for our patients. Thermage is the best non-surgical skin care device out there at this time.
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Thermage CPT works and works better than older Thermage
Thermage is a non-surgical skin tightening treatment that provides subtle skin tightening and contouring. It absolutely works, but it isn't surgery so no one should expect the same results as with surgery. Anyone who expects dramatic skin tightening is going to be disappointed. People choose Thermage because they want skin tightening without the risks of surgery, without the downtime, and without anyone knowing they have had anything done. They also choose Thermage to postpone or prevent the need for surgery, or to maintain their surgical results.
Thermage CPT is different from previous versions of Thermage. There is more cooling of the skin surface and more energy delivered with each pulse. More energy means a more effective treatment. There is also vibration with each pulse, and between the vibration and the increased cooling the treatment is quite comfortable. Patients do not need any pain medication and report that the treatments do not hurt. Thermage CPT gives a more comfortable, more effective treatment.
RealSelf reviews on Thermage CPT say it doesn't work
Simply look here on REALSELF.com and see the positive to negative reviews are in favor overwhelmingly NO! So your question is very easy to answer. Do not expect any improvement for all the dollars spent. Good Luck.
Does any Thermage work?
There are countless patients who have been disappointed with what old Thermage has failed to provide them. What I would suggest you do about researching this newer version is to ask your doctor for the names of a couple of patients who are LIKE YOU and have had this treatment so you can ask them if they are happy. If he/she tells you they can't because of "privacy issues" of can't come up with a comparable patient to yourself, the answer is simple - forget about it.
CPT was a game changer for my practice
The newest Thermage technology, known as CPT, is a significant improvement. Patients report decreased pain and improved results. I am particularly impressed around the eyes and on arms and neck.
Facial Skin Tightening
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