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New Minimally Invasive Procedure, ThermiTight, “Injects” Radio Frequency to Treat Skin Laxity
Date:7/22/2014

Southlake, TX (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

A new and technologically unique procedure called ThermiTight is proving to address skin laxity with results that are surprising even the most skeptical plastic surgeons. As opposed to topically treating the skin with radio frequency, ThermiTight has been dubbed “InjectableRF” because it deploys tiny probes which are inserted under the skin to “inject” heat to the tissues which cause sagging skin. Published studies have shown that this single treatment solution for skin laxity produces results in weeks, with continued improvement for six to twelve months.

Non-invasive solutions for skin laxity have a reputation of failing to deliver consistent results, frustrating patients and doctors alike. According to unaffiliated New York City facial plastic surgeon Dr. Yael Halaas, ThermiTight is the first technology on the market that actually works because it enables surgeons to safely treat the cause of skin laxity directly under the skin, instead of applying thermal energy topically. “Previous non-invasive devices have required multiple treatments and deliver unpredictable results because they solely applied heat to the outside surface of the skin,” Dr. Halaas explains. “ThermiTight delivers a precise dose of radio frequency waves through a tiny probe that is inserted under the skin. With this approach, the physician may deliver a custom treatment to directly treat the tissue structures that cause skin laxity. Patients see results after a single, pain-free treatment and there’s no downtime. I was very skeptical. It took me months to agree to purchase the machine. I did so only when I saw how significant the results were.”

ThermiTight is performed using the ThermiRF temperature controlled radio frequency platform. ThermiRF has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for dermatologic and surgical soft tissue and nerve applications. The device is the first aesthetic technology that applies the “science of heat” using temperature as a clinical endpoint enabling plastic surgeons and aesthetic physicians to precisely heat soft tissue and nerves to achieve desired aesthetic outcomes. ThermiRF is also the first aesthetic device to deploy simultaneous dual monitoring of tissue temperature (internal and external) using advanced infrared imaging for precision treatments and unparalleled safety.

About ThermiAesthetics
ThermiAesthetics is a global manufacturer of state of the art aesthetic technology. The company’s mission is to provide solutions for cosmetic physicians who are caring for aesthetic patients who seek to reverse the effects of aging. ThermiAesthetics solutions include ThermiTightTM for skin laxity, ThermiRaseTM for unwanted frown lines, ThermiSmoothTM for wrinkles and skin irregularities, among other applications.

For more information, please visit http://www.thermi.com or http://www.thermitight.com.

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