IPL Tissue TIghtening

Today’s patients are very proactive about their appearance and their health. They are more concerned about treating the early signs of aging than their parents. Patients today are looking for faster, less invasive procedures with little, if any, downtime that can reduce forehead lines and crow’s feet, frown lines, smoker’s lines around the lips, and sagging cheeks. Many of them want to treat aging in their neck, chest, underarms, abdomen, hands, thighs and knees, and in some cases even their breasts.

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What is Tissue Tightening?
IPL Tissue Tightening a non-invasive procedure used to tighten or lift sagging skin. The procedure is non-surgical and uses safe, it's INTENSE PULSE LIGHT  to cause the collagen in the skin’s dermis to contract and tighten. It can be used in all areas of the body where tighter skin is desired.
The optimum treatment is performed with multiple passes and moderate settings
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What are the benefits of Tissue Tightening?
  • Treats lax and sagging skin
  • Treats many areas of the body
  • Stimulates long-term collagen growth
  • Is safe, comfortable and non-surgical
  • Has NO injections and NO recovery
BEFORE & AFTER IPL SKIN TIGHTENING
 

What kind of results can I expect?


Facial skin and the skin along the neck can be tightened providing a mild, non-surgical browlift or facelift effect. This treatment is often used for sagging jowls. The tightening effect may be used to firm up loose or sagging tissue in other parts of the body such as the abdomen or legs.
Most patients see results immediately. However, the results may be gradual over a three to six month period as the skin tightens and more new collagen is formed. Depending on the area treated, the skin laxity and your desired results, more than one treatment may be required.
How many treatments will I need?
Depending on your skin’s laxity, the area to be treated and the results you desire, multiple treatments may be required. During your consultation, we will advise you as to the number and frequency of treatments that may be required to achieve your desired results.