Achieve Smoother, Firmer Skin with ThermiSmooth
ThermiSmooth is a simple office procedure for smoothing fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin in all areas of the face:
Patients have remarked this 30-minute procedure feels like a “warm massage” while a hand-held device delivers radiofrequency energy to the surface of the skin, heating the cells and stimulating the body’s own collagen production.
ThermiSmooth requires no anesthesia, takes little time and works beautifully. A series of 3-6 treatments is recommended for optimum results.
- Gentle therapy
- Non-invasive procedure
- No downtime
- Series of 3-6 treatments
One patient, who just started her series of ThermiSmooth treatments, says, “I’m turning 50 this year and was on the verge of scheduling a consultation with a plastic surgeon to address my wrinkles and sagging skin, but I was hesitant to go under the knife. That’s when I heard of ThermiSmooth. I did some research on RealSelf.com and was blown away by the before and after photos so I immediately scheduled an appointment. I’m so glad I did. I’ve received two treatments so far and already my skin feels better, looks younger and my makeup goes on smoother. And it really does feel like a warm massage! I can’t wait to see the results after my final treatment.”
To schedule your ThermiSmooth appointment, call 770.720.7733 or contact us here.
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