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Can Thermage Or Ultherapy Reduce Wrinkles?

Both Ultherapy and Thermage generally do NOT reduce wrinkles. They are intended to tighten and lift slightly. Of the two, Thermage is better, in my opinion. It requires one treatment instead of 3 and...

What is better for antiaging-Thermage or Fraxel?

This depends on many factors like your age, the amount of sagging you have, severity of wrinkles, and your facial contours, etc.   As a general guideline, if you are under...

When is it okay to do Thermage after Botox?

It’s fine to do the Thermage the next day even after Botox.  It doesn’t take the Botox long to bind to the proper receptors at the junction between the nerve fiber and the...

Is it okay to have Thermage done right after Botox?

You’re fine having the Thermage done anytime.  Occasionally we will do them 1 day apart if we have someone coming from Alaska, for example.  Botox is injected into the muscle and it binds...

Does body Thermage work for stretch marks?

Yes – they did come out with that reengineered Thermage body tip in 2008 but it was a disappointment.  I wish I could recommend it, but I really can’t.  The body tip...

What do you think about Refirme?

I really don’t think (at least so far) that the results are better.  In my opinion, they are about the same, with the disadvantage of Refirme requiring 3 treatments instead...
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