Do you want to have firmer tighter skin and to look rejuvenated and rested?
Are you concerned about the jowls, smile lines and fullness under your chin?
Thermage® is done by women or men in Ottawa, Ontario who are not ready for surgical corrections or wish to keep their looks youthful. Many patients have seen tighter skin with less sagging with redefined contours along the jaw line and under the chin.
Thermage® is a wonderful technology to firm aging skin. Thermage® can be done within one hour with no medications and no topical anesthetics. There is no downtime and you may return to your normal activities the same day. A single treatment delivers radio frequency to the deepest layers of the collagen in the dermis of the skin. New collagen is stimulated, resulting in the tightening of the facial skin, without swelling, bruising, or skin crusting. The whole face can be done including the jowls, smiles lines, underneath the chin and neck areas. Our newest technology allows the delivery of radio frequency to all skin types and colors. Results can last for years depending on your current skin condition and natural aging process.
At our office in Ottawa, it is a very safe treatment to keep you looking youthful by maintaining the tightness of the skin. Tightening occurs within the first month after treatment, peaking at six months after treatment. This treatment can be done along with other surgical procedures, such a submental liposuction to give you a lovely contour underneath the chin. It can also enhance other non-surgical approaches such as injectable fillers and Botox.
No special care is required after the treatment except for an application of a moisturizer with sunscreen. Appointments for this one time treatment are done Monday to Friday. It can be anytime in the year or a time that is right for you.
If you are considering treatment for sagging facial skin, contact Dr. Brownrigg about the revolutionary non-surgical treatment Thermage®. Our Ottawa, Ontario practice is excited to offer this unique procedure to our patients.