ThermiTight on the knees
Thank you for the question! ThermiTight is a non-surgical and micro-invasive treatment that is ideal for
patients who want fast, long lasting, and natural results with little or
no downtime. It treats skin looseness in areas such as the face, neck, thighs, and arms.
ThermiTight is used to reduce fat of the inner knees in my NYC practice
Yes, many doctors use ThermiTight to reduce the fat of the inner knee area. Tumescent liposuction and ThermiTight both can be used for this area. There can be numbness in patchy areas after each procedure. Swelling and bruising can occur for more than a week or two after either procedure and I recommend that my patients wear compression garments for several weeks after the procedures for this reason.
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ThermiTight Procedure on the Knees
We have found that the combination of ThermiTight and/or dermal fillers shows significant improvement of the knee area. In our experience, patients are extremely satisfied with their results. It is still a relatively new technique and final results take up to 6-12 months to be fully seen. Please refer to our website for follow up pictures. Best wishes, Dr. Busso
ThermiTight for knees
ThermiTight is a great skin tightening device that can be used around the areas that have skin laxity. The knees are one region that can be treated by the device. It takes less than 30 minutes and the results become apparent over the course of several months.
Skin Tightening on the Knees
you for your question and photo. ThermiTight is a great minimally invasive
procedure to treat skin laxity in many areas of the body including the knees.
Other benefits of ThermiTight include:
Works quickly and can
slow and reverse aging signs in just a few short weeks
recommend consulting with a qualified physician for a full consultation.