Can you get good results using Thermitight on the bottom of buttocks to tighten it and get a slight lift?

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Can you get good results using Thermitight on the bottom of buttocks to tighten it and get a slight lift?

ThermiTight is certainly the best nonsurgical treatment to tighten the buttocks and virtually anywhere you have skin. The tightening effect is limited, however. In cases where there is lots of loose skin, the skin will also be tightened, but possibly not as much as you might want. You should consult a PS who does this procedure frequently to get a professional opinion to see if the ThermiTight would meet your goals.

The ThermiTight tightens skin in the neck, arms, legs reducing cellulite, and even elevates saggy breasts, and in the form of The ThermiVA, tightens the vaginal and surrounding areas.

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What does thermi tight do? Can it tighten the bottom of the buttocks?

Hi Dks622,

Thank you for your question. It certainly is possible to get a good result with thermitight in just about any area with the thermitight. I would recommend getting an in person consultation to see what your best options are as you may require cellfina and thermitight with possible fat grafting to get the best possible outcome. Good luck.

All the best

Carlos Mata MD, MBA, FACS

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.

Carlos Mata, MD, MBA, FACS
Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 23 reviews

Lifting the Butt with VASER, ThermiRF, ultrasound

For the best lift, I recommend a combination using ThermiRF. I use VASER liposuction with ThermiRF, ultrasound and fat grafting in order to get the most fat removal, skin tightening and lift. I recommend getting a formal evaluation with a body contouring expert. Sometimes adding sculptra helps as well in combination with above.  Best, Dr. Emer

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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