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  • The Procedure of Thermage
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    What is a Usual Thermage Procedure Like?Clients can expect Thermage procedures to last a mere 15 to 90 minutes, depending on the treatment area. General anesthesia is not required, but to make sure you are comfortable the doctor may offer light pain...
  • Does Thermage Generate Any Side Effects?
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    Thermage has currently already been done on more than 75,000 people. Among these patients, only a minority - less than just one percent to be precise – are said to have experienced any side effects.Side effects are rare (less than 1%) and include s...
  • How Much Does Thermage Cost?
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    The costs are variable. Charges may be based on the number of areas treated, the level of training of the person who treats you, and market conditions. For a single treatment, Thermage may cost as low as $2000 but may go up to as much as $5000. A par...
  • How Can Thermage Reduce the Effects of Aging?
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    Thermage employs a patented Capacitive Radio Frequency (CRF) technology, which aims to tighten facial tissue. Throughout the course of a Thermage treatment, a doctor employs a wand called the ThermaTip, which transmits energy from the radio frequency...
  • Thermage: Looks 10 Years Younger In Only 1 Hour
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    A Miracle of Radio WavesThermage treatment is an non-surgical, FDA approved procedure that offers an innovative way to rejuvenate your face which involves the application of radio frequency energy to your face. This energy strategically heats collage...
  • How Thermage Treatments Work: What to Expect
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    As the skin ages, the collagen that gives the face its structure and youthful elasticity starts to deteriorate. This is why unsightly wrinkles and fine lines start to form in the skin. Thermage works to reenergize the skin and promote the gradual inc...
  • Benefits and Results of Thermage
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    The Benefits of Using ThermageThermage is best suited for those who are starting to see signs of aging: early jowling, loose skin, creases around the nose and mouth, and wrinkles around the nose and mouth. Besides not having to deal with painful inci...
  • The Difference Between Thermage and Surgical Facelifts
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Thermage
    Thermage is a temporary, quick, easy and convenient technique that does not cut into the skin. There is also no downtime involved with this procedure This means no lost wages from taking time off from work. Although the results of Thermage bring abou...
  • Risks And Complication of the Vibraderm
    on Jan 5, 2009 in Vibraderm
    Due to its treatment approach Vibraderm treatments are exceedingly safe. Some individuals may experience minor redness following treatment, which should subside within 20-60 minutes following treatment.The Vibraderm is the tool used in a procedure re...
  • What is Vibraderm?
    on Jan 5, 2009 in Vibraderm
    Vibraderm, micro-dermabrasion, and dermabrasion are common terms used to refer to the rejuvenation of the skin. For many people, large pores can collect all manner of dirt and other pollutants, requiring extra steps for cleansing. With these cleansin...
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