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How to Prepare Yourself for a Thermage Treatment

Last updated 1 year ago

If you are starting to notice wrinkles, sun spots, and other undesired changes on your face or neck, you may be wondering if there are effective non-invasive treatment options available. Thermage treatments can bring dramatic changes to your skin without you ever having to undergo surgery or have anesthesia. Here are some tips to help you prepare for a Thermage treatment:

  • Find A Doctor 
    You'll need to find a doctor who is qualified to perform the Thermage treatment. You can ask your friends for recommendations, or ask your primary care physician for a referral to a trusted doctor. You don't want to risk your skin and its care to someone who isn't experienced or trained in the proper application of Thermage treatments.
  • Do Your Research 
    Ask friends who have had Thermage what they thought about it, and where they found their pre-consultation information to discuss with their doctor. Choose websites that are trusted medical sites for your information, and stay away from sites that only offer opinions, or only offer one side of the story. Use this information to make a list of questions to ask your doctor.
  • Attend A Consultation 
    Schedule an appointment with your doctor to meet with him or her face to face. This will allow your doctor to examine the area you want treated, and provide you with a chance to ask any questions you may have. Make sure to discuss your desired results and what you can expect from Thermage treatments.
  • Get Ready 
    Make sure you have purchased any special items you may need for after the Thermage treatments, including lotions or creams. During your consultation, your doctor will mention any special considerations for after your treatment, including resting, staying out of the sun, and your diet.

If you want to have Thermage treatments in NYC, visit the offices of Dr. Sue Decotiis. Dr. Decotiis can help you determine if Thermage is right for you, and will answer all of your questions about the procedure. To schedule an appointment, call (212) 685-3640 today.


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