Is Thermage an option to tighten loose skin under eyes? (Photo)
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Skin Laxity and Thermage for the Eyes
Thermage works exceedingly well to tighten the skin especially when combined with Botox and eMatrix to treat both the fine lines and skin tone and texture. This delicate eye area should be treated only by an expert.
Laxity Under Eyes
If you wanted to improve the laxity of your under eye area you need to stimulate the creation of new collagen and elastin fibers. However, if you have hollows in this area you may also need filler.
A Thermage CPT with Total Tip Technology treatment uses focused radiofrequency energy to stimulate the body’s own natural renewal process. Radiofrequency energy is safe for all skin types and has a low possibility of hyperpigmentation.
A Thermage treatment can help improve the appearance of sagging or loose skin giving you a smoother, younger look with just one treatment and no down time. Our patients see results immediately off the table and continue to get improvement with Thermage CPT Total Tip treatment for up to 6 months as their skin regenerates new collagen.
If you have hollows under the eyes then a combination of Thermage and filler would give you the best results.
Consult with a Board Certified Dermatologist to see what treatment(s) would give you the best results for your concerns.
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Lower Eyelid Skin and Thermage
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Ultherapy or Thermage for loose skin under the eyes ?
A picture would have helped guidance.
As noted, Thermage or any of the other RF technology may cause problems around the eye.
Ultherapy is FDA cleared for this area with no potential of injury to the eye.
The new 1.5 mm transducers are excellent for treating the under eyes and crow's feet areas.
Read the Ultherapy ebook on the link below.
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