How Long Do Titan Results Last?

Considering TITAN laser treatment but needed more info about length of time TITAN lasts

Doctor Answers 5

Typically people come for maintenance yearly

Patients are typically coming in for a maintenance treatment per year. This has been our experience since it was introduced in 04/05

Los Angeles Dermatologist

Titan long term results not known

It is difficult to say exactly how long Titan results last as the procedure has not been around long enough to know the long term duration. Most of my patients, once they achieve the desired result, end up having two or perhaps three treatments yearly to maintain.

Edmond A. Zingaro, MD
San Francisco Plastic Surgeon
4.1 out of 5 stars 8 reviews

How long do Titan treatments last

Most patients get the optimal amount of tightening after 3-4 treatments done a month apart and then the results last about a year.  i recommend maintenance treatments about once or twice a year.

M. Christine Lee, MD
Walnut Creek Dermatologic Surgeon
4.3 out of 5 stars 16 reviews

Lasting results for titan

Titan laser from cutera is beneficial for skin laxity enhancing youthful appearance. Titan is not a permanant procedure. Our patients have had great results with a series of 3-4 treatments one month apart. The patient then may see up to 1, 1-2 years residual. The patient then may still want to do touch up 2-3 times a year for maintained result. The touch up treatments are prefered by the patients to be done before a social engagement.(wedding,class reunion,partys,etc)

William J. Hedden, MD
Birmingham Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 321 reviews

TITAN Skin Tightening Treatment Plans

This is a question often asked !  As with other corrective laser treatments, we recommend obtaining an acceptable correction with 2 or 3 treatments and then maintaining with 1 treatment every 6-12 months depending on your age and skin laxity.

Ronald Moser, MD
San Juan Capistrano Physician
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 review

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