What body areas can ThermiSmooth be used on?
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What Areas Can ThermiSmooth Be Used On?
ThermiSmooth - Treatment Areas
The technology in ThermiSmooth technically allows it to be used anywhere on the body; however, because of the small size of the hand piece, the procedure is commonly used around the eyes, mouth, cheeks, forehead, and neck. For patients desiring controlled skin tightening and rejuvenation in other regions of the body, there are a number of additional Thermi treatments (such as ThermiTight, Thermi250, and ThermiVa) that may be suitable. Please be sure to speak with your physician further if you are considering Thermi in alternative areas so that a personalized treatment plan can be developed for you.
Where ThermiSmooth is used
ThermiSmooth is used on the skin around the eyelids and the mouth to treat loose skin and wrinkles. The technology can be applied to the body but is delivered by a different device and hand piece the Thermi250 for larger areas where deeper penetration is required.
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Areas that are treated with ThermiSmooth
ThermiSmooth can help tighten skin anywhere on the body
ThermiSmooth is done as a series of every two weeks, for five or six times in my NYC practice.
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Areas for ThermiSmooth
ThermiSmooth Can Be Used On Numerous Areas Of The Body
Areas safely and effectively rejuvenated with ThermiSmooth
Thermi-smooth is a nonsurgical treatment that uses heat
energy or radiofrequency to stimulate collagen and cause tissue tightening. The
amount of energy and the temperature of the treated area is continuously
monitored to insure patient comfort while delivering an adequate amount of
energy or warmth to cause the collagen fibers to retract and remodel and
therefore tighten skin. It is most commonly used on the face to treat fine
lines around the eyes, crow’s feet, and vertical lines around the lips.
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