July Spotlight: The Revolutionary ThermiSmooth!


Are you familiar with ThermiSmooth yet? As one of our latest additions to our highly advanced variety of technological tools used to help you feel rejuvenated and reinvigorated, we are thrilled to share some ThermiSmooth reviews with you! The information below is based on the training and actual treatments our team of Board Certified surgeons recently completed.

What is ThermiSmooth?

ThermiSmooth is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that can gently resurface your skin without downtime and without the use of anesthesia.  Skin can be rejuvenated with the use of targeted and controlled, therapeutic heat application.  ThermiSmooth can be performed on the delicate areas of the face, neck and décolletage and is frequently used for wrinkles around the eyes, sagging skin on the upper eyelids, crepey skin on the neck, and on the lines around the mouth and forehead.

How does it work?

ThermiSmooth uses regulated heat therapy on the surface of your skin.  By using a small wand, the technician delivers radio frequency energy through circular and sweeping motions, heating the tissue to a specific, therapeutic temperature. The technician observes temperatures on a thermal imaging monitor to ensure the safety of the skin and comfort.

What is a treatment like?

ThermiSmooth treatments can take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated.  So far, the ThermiSMooth reviews we’ve received following treatment explain that the actual treatment is comfortable and is said to feel like having a hot stone massage.  Patients can resume normal activities as soon as the same day with no special aftercare instructions required.  Patients typically achieve great results with just one treatment, but some may require up to 3 treatments to achieve optimal results for their specific skin concern.
If you would like more ThermiSmooth reviews,  or if you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation by calling 704-372-6846 or click here.