ThermiTight™ is the first non-invasive procedure that delivers controlled thermal energy underneath the skin to reverse the effects of aging. ThermiTight may be used for patients with problem areas of the lower face, neck (and in some cases sagging upper arm skin and other areas of loose skin).
During the ThermiTight procedure, internal temperatures are monitored and regulated by the system computer. In addition, Thermal Image Guidance™ provides the physician with real time external temperatures to ensure precision of the heating effect while maintaining safe skin temperatures.
This micro-invasive procedure typically takes less than one hour with little or no downtime. Some visible improvement/tightening is often seen immediately, but significant improvement continues over several months and improvement is enduring.
Tiny micro incisions (less than 1/10 inch) are made for the lower face and upper neck. Typically one micro incision is made underneath the chin and in some cases also underneath each ear. Local anesthesia is used. Some mild tenderness and/or bruising are the most common temporary side effects.
Please call us today to schedule a consultation to see if ThermiTight is right for you!
What is ThermiTight?
• ThermiTight is the first aesthetic procedure, which delivers controlled thermal energy under the skin to reverse the effects of aging. It uses radiofrequency energy to selectively heat the skin in a controlled fashion.
How do I know if I am a good candidate?
• If you are concerned with sagging areas of your lower face, neck and upper eyelids. Please schedule a consultation with Dr. McDaniel or our team to see if you would be an ideal candidate.
How much downtime comes with this treatment?
• Patients are usually able to return to normal activity within 24 hours.
What are common side effects of ThermiTight?
• Typically tenderness, swelling, bruising for a few days are the most common side effects.
When can I start to see results?
• Results can be seen immediately and increase over 6+ months.
How many treatments do I need?
• Most patients receive only a single treatment.