ThermiSmooth®, Minimally-Invasive, Skin-Smoothing

Precise, Gentle Epidermal Heating
Wish you could turn back time and get rid of wrinkles without injections or facial surgery? Using new technology which can help your body produce more collagen, ThermiTouch® delivers precise heat to the skin’s surface using a specially designed thermistor regulated hand piece. ThermiSmooth® treatments are gentle, often being likened to receiving a warm massage. It is the new, natural method of wrinkle reduction.

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What is the ThermiSmooth® Method?

ThermiSmooth® Science
Clinical studies have shown that collagen in the skin will shrink when heated to a sustained temperature in excess of 40°C. Further, it has been shown that when skin is heated to this level, an inflammatory process is engaged which can stimulate fibroblasts to produce new collagen over a period of time. The challenge is to deliver precise amounts of heat, without risking overheating the tissues and causing patient discomfort.

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How ThermiSmooth® Works

After applying a small amount of coupling gel, the ThermiSmooth® handpiece is applied to the skin’s surface. The ThermiRF® system is set to a specific target temperature (i.e. 42°C - 45°C). The hand piece is gently moved in a sweeping or circular fashion while gradually heating up the skin surface. As the skin’s temperature rises to the targeted temperature, the ThermiRF® computer automatically adjusts the energy output to ensure precise heating. A small zone is treated for about 5 minutes to achieve the goal of sustained heating to the target tissue. Treatments are repeated several times to achieve the desired cosmetic result.

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Certifications & Boards
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Board of Phisician Specialties
American College of Surgeons
American Society of Ophthalmic Plasic and Reconstructive Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
National Academy of Inventors