Thermage, Ulthera or Co2 Laser?
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Thermage for Eyelids
Thermage has a specific tip just for the eye and comes in two sizes 225P and 450P. The 225P tip is meant for the upper lids and the 450P is meant for both the upper and lower lids. Often times in my office my patients choose to treat their face and neck and add the upper lids to get a complete treatment, as the face treatment includes the lower lids.
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. Some patients see results immediately off the table and continue to get improvement from their Thermage treatment for up to 6 months as their skin regenerates new collagen. Consult with a Board Certified Dermatologist to see if this is the best option for your concern.
Thermage,Ulthera,CO2 laser resurfacing
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Since you are only 30 years old and not a candidate for a surgical procedure I would recommend Thermage. Thermage is an excellent non-surgical skin tightening procedure where new collagen is formed. I have used it on patients not just for their face and eyelids but also on other parts of the body such as legs, arms, and abdomen, with great results. Please consult a board certified dermatologist who has a lot of experience in Thermage for the best results.
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