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ThermiRF - An Effective Alternative to Surgery

 

Have you been looking for an alternative to surgery but wanting something that lasts longer and takes fewer treatments than standard laser and cosmetic treatments? ThermiRF is the latest technology in tightening skin, melting fat, and reversing the effects of aging. It’s the first esthetic treatment to deliver controlled thermal energy under the skin – with lasting results and in just one treatment.1

 

With ThermiAesthetics, we can perform three different treatments:

  • ThermiTight
  • ThermiRase
  • ThermiSmooth

 

 

        

For melting fat and tightening skin.

This minimally invasive treatment applies radiofrequency energy under the skin, heatingsubdermal tissues to a specific temperature and causing them to shrink. It’s ideal for the face, neck, tummy, arms, and thighs. Results can often be seen immediately and become more noticeable over time. Clinical studies have shown ThermiTight is safe and effective.1

 

The ThermiTight procedure is performed using a local anesthetic and is considered painless by most patients. As with many anti-aging treatments, you may experience some redness or swelling but should be able to return to normal activities within 24 hours. ThermiTight procedures are performed with the highest level of care and precision, all by Dr. Stephanie Oberhelman. Most treatments are complete within an hour but may vary. Schedule a consultation to find out if this long lasting, single-treatment procedure is right for you.

 

 

This 3-D animation demonstrates RF energy actively and effectively tightening skin and melting fat.

 

 

 

Watch a ThermiTight success story here, as featured on The Doctors. 

 

 

 

ThermiTight, pre-op and 30 months post-op 

 Before and after photos from 6, 15, and 30 months post-op. 

 

See ThermiTight featured in Allure and Elle Magazine.

 

             

  

 

For erasing wrinkles, an alternative to injectables.

 

ThermiRase can be considered a longer-lasting alternative to popular neuromodulator injectables, like Botox. Results have shown it to last 1-2 years on the majority of patients treated. Similar to neuromodulators, ThermiRase uses a minimally invasive treatment to disable the nerves responsible for causing facial wrinkles and frown lines.

 

First, a physician will use an external nerve stimulator to map out the nerves responsible for the wrinkles of a specific area. Using a similar technique to ThermiTight, we then go under the skin that’s been treated with an anesthetic and create lesions on these nerves. Treatment times may vary depending on your goals.

 

 

 

A non-invasive treatment, comparable to laser therapy.

 

ThermiSmooth is an additional feature to the ThermiRF machine that allows us to treat sensitive areas, such as lower eyelids, or help patients who are still considering the minimally invasive Thermi options. ThermiSmooth is a painless surface treatment; since it doesn’t treat from beneath the skin, several treatments may be needed to achieve desired results. It’s often used on the face to help erase wrinkles and tighten the skin.

Watch here how the procedure of ThermiSmooth is done:

 

 

 



For controlling sweat glands, an alternative to injectables.

If excess sweating or hyperhidrosis is a problem within your life, ThermiDry technology can help. An alternative to Botox or other neuromodulators, ThermiDry is a more cost effective alternative as it has longer lasting results. The treatment uses radio frequency (RF) technology, energy-induced heat to treat excessive sweating. The procedure involves a small probe; sweat glands will then be carefully targeted and heated, this then takes control of the function of the sweat glands in a minimally invasive procedure that lasts about an hour.

ThermiDry may be a great option for someone who does not have normal sweat patterns.

 


 

1Comprehensive Thermoregulation for the Purpose of Skin Tightening Using a Novel Radio Frequency Treatment Device: A Preliminary Report. Douglas Key, MD, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, February 2014. 

 

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