What is ThermiRF?
ThermiRF (also known as Symphony RF) is the latest advance in skin tightening technology for people looking for non-surgical facelift and neck lift options. It employs radiofrequency energy to heat the soft tissue layers immediately beneath the skin. When heated, these tissues firm up and tighten the skin.
How does ThermiRF work?
ThermiRF is an in-office, painless, micro-invasive procedure. Treatment areas are numbed with a small quantity of local anesthetic. A small incision is created to allow the radiofrequency fiber under the skin. This fiber heats the targeted tissues in an effective, safe and controlled manner. This process tightens the skin and reduces lumpy fat deposits.
Who is the typical patient for ThermiRF?
ThermiRF is ideal for individuals who want better results than non-invasive procedures can provide, and DO NOT want surgery.
What Are The Key Features Of ThermiRF?
ThermiRF tightens your skin to a factor of 30+, a much greater extent than any other technology available.
Melts small areas of unwelcome fat that the body subsequently breaks down and eliminates.
- Able to be administered quickly and easily
- Implemented under local anesthetic
- Very little downtime. Patients may resume their daily functions within 24 hours
- Creates a lasting (over 1 year) Botox-like effect for the 11”s (glabellar lines)
Approximately how long does the ThermiRF procedure take?
The whole procedure is usually done in less than one hour
How long before a patient sees results?
Results are instantaneous and improve over time.
How long do the results of the treatment last?
The effects of ThermiRF have been shown to last several years.
What is the downtime and what are the side effects?
Patients may experience redness and slight swelling.
Does ThermiRF Hurt?
Because ThermiRF uses a local anesthetic, some patients experience minor discomfort during the injection of the numbing agent. After the area has been numbed, there is almost no discomfort. Patients may experience pressure or warmth, but not pain. Swelling and bruising is probable; however, obeying the aftercare instructions will diminish these effects.