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Signs that Getting a Thermage Treatment is the Perfect Decision for You

Last updated 1 year ago

Thermage CPT is a revolutionary procedure designed to help tighten and re-contour the skin without the need for surgical incisions. Continue reading to learn whether the Thermage CPT treatment is right for you.

You Are Suffering from Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Thermage treatment may be the perfect solution to meet your needs if you are suffering from facial lines, wrinkles, or loose skin. Unlike chemical peels and other non-invasive treatment options, Thermage CPT can be performed on all skin types and on nearly any area of the body. 

You Do Not Want to Undergo Surgery

Thermage CPT does not require the use of anesthesia, as it is a non-surgical treatment option. Treatments are performed using a hand-piece to deliver radiofrequency waves through the skin. These radiofrequency waves safely heat the deep layers of your skin—tightening existing collagen and stimulating new collagen production to improve the texture and smoothness of your skin.

You Do Not Have the Time for Multiple Treatments or an Extensive Recovery

Individuals who do not have time to undergo multiple anti-aging treatments are ideal candidates for Thermage CPT. Most patients find that their body contours are improved with just a single treatment. Facial treatments typically take 45 minutes, while treatment on other parts of the body may take up to an hour and a half, depending on the size of the area and the condition of the skin. Thermage CPT may also be the right decision if you are unable to take time off of work for recovery, as the treatment requires no down-time and does not cause bruising.

If you are interested in Thermage CPT, Dr. Sue Decotiis can help. For more information on the services that we offer at Thermage Treatment NYC, call our office today at (212) 685-3640. You can also find out more by visiting our website.

 

 

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