Over the past few decades, there have been a number of different methods, both surgical and non-invasive, used to tighten facial skin and restore a more youthful look. Some like a surgical facelift can be quite painful and require extensive downtime and recovery periods. ThermiSmooth can be used to achieve amazing results without ever causing any real pain or discomfort. In fact, the average patient here at Weiler Plastic Surgery say the feeling is similar to that of being given a warm, gentle massage.
What Areas Can Be Treated Using ThermiSmooth?
Dr. Weiler and his team can use ThermiSmooth technology to treat a number of different areas of your body. While it was originally developed as a way to reduce or eliminate wrinkles and improve overall skin texture on the face, this technology can also be used on other areas of the body, including:
- Lower Eyelids
Who Is a Good Candidate for ThermiSmooth?
In reality, anyone who is in good medical and physical health is a good candidate for ThermiSmooth. All you really need is to have areas of your face and/or body that have wrinkles or minor texture problems you wish to have corrected. However, there are a few issues that may cause you to not be a good candidate for this type of skin treatment. During your initial consultation with Dr. Weiler, he will go over your medical history and talk to you about the procedure to ensure it is a good fit for you. In the unlikely event, he determines it isn’t, Dr. Weiler will be able to suggest alternative treatments that will work.
The ThermiSmooth procedure does not take long with each session lasting approximately half an hour. However, you should be aware that a session can last for up to one hour depending on the area of your body to be treated, the size of the area, and the severity of the wrinkles. Since ThermiSmooth is a non-invasive treatment, you may experience a small amount of swelling and redness in the area being treated, but will be able to resume your normal day immediately.
Call Us for an Appointment
Dr. Weiler offers free consultations where you can learn more about ThermiSmooth and whether it is right for you. If you are ready to take the next step, contact us now at (225) 399-0001 to schedule an appointment to meet the doctor.
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