What Is Thermage?
Thermage uses radiofrequency energy to heat up deep layers of the skin. The heat energy generated in turn causes the collagen to remodel and contract. The resultant effects are skin tightening, improvement of sagginess and it also generates a lift on the face or the body area that is treated.
The zones of treatment occur over a range of depths based on the radiofrequency settings, as opposed to Ultherapy which is specific for particular depths.
Results of thermage depends on your own collagen synthesis and results peak at 3 – 6 months and improvement can still continue over time. Improvement is synergistic with Ultherapy.
Thermage Treatment Zones
Facial Areas that it can treat:
- Sagging Midface
- Crows Feet Lightening
- Brow Lifting
- Tightening of Eyebags
Body Areas that it can treat:
The Benefits Of Non-invasive Facelift As Compared To Traditional Surgical Faceliftsurgical Facelift
- Short Procedure
- No Downtime
- No Surgical Scar
- Uses Your Own Collagen Synthesis
- Can Treat a Variety of Zones
- Touch Up Is Easily Achieved
Traditional Surgical Facelift
- Long Operation
- Long Downtime
- Surgical Scar Present
- Uses Surgical Sutures
- Multiple Operations for Zones
- Touch Up Requires Additional Operation
Who Is Suitable For Thermage?
If you are looking for a non-invasive face or body lift, I would suggest using a combination of both thermage and ultherapy to achieve the stimulation to face and body. This stimulation will in turn allow collagen to remodel at the needed zones.
In addition, The Time Freeze Laser can also help to achieve a lifting and tightening that is comparable with both thermage and ulthera. It uses laser energy to boost collagen and elastin stimulation to achive a V shape face.
Alternatively, 3D Facial Reconstruction can also slim down jowls and nasolabial fold in more severe cases to give a better facial shape.