Thermage Face Treatment Toronto
Thermage face treatment helps smooth, tighten and contour facial skin for a naturally younger looking appearance without surgery or injections and with no downtime. The Thermage face procedure generally requires only a single treatment and takes effect immediately following the treatment. This procedures help tighten and renew your skin's collagen deep down, through all three skin layers: the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous (fat) layer. Thermage face treatment works by delivering radiofrequency energy to safely heat the deeper layers of the skin. The heat then stimulates existing collagen and promotes new collagen growth over time. Collagen re-growth ultimately results in tighter skin with improved facial contouring.
The Thermage face treatment can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour or more to perform, depending on the surface area to be treated with Thermage. Following your Thermage face procedure, your skin will feel tighter and smoother. Over the course of the next four to six months after your Thermage face treatment, you should see additional tightening and contouring around the jaw line and below the chin. Because Thermage treatment promotes generation of additional collagen by the skin, the results of your Thermage treatment should last for years, depending on your skin condition and aging process.
Since the treatment does not require any special after-care, most Toronto Thermage patients return to their regular activities immediately following treatment. In some cases mild redness may be experienced following the Thermage treatment, but it usually disappears quickly. Side effects are rare and usually mild, and may include redness, swelling, blisters and bumps.
Thermage Treatment Results
All Toronto Thermage patients can expect some collagen tightening. The magnitude of visible improvement varies from subtle to dramatic. Generally, some improvement is immediately visible and continues up to six months as new collagen forms in the skin.
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