Want to tighten skin, contour fat, and improve the texture of your face, jowls, neck, and virtually any other area of your body? The Morpheus8 device by InMode Aesthetics is an exciting new skin tightening option at our plastic surgery practice near Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ.
What does Morpheus8 do?
Morpheus8 is a radiofrequency (RF) microneedling device that remodels collagen to produce firmer, tighter skin. The device uses 24 microneedles that are inserted into the skin at a carefully controlled depth. At the same time, these microneedles deliver energy in the form of heat to the tissues under the skin. It improves:
- Skin laxity
- Acne scars
- Age lines
- Skin texture
Is Morpheus8 better than microneedling?
Similar to standard microneedling, this technology promotes the reformation of collagen but on a significantly higher and more potent level. Morpheus8 delivers heat up to 4 mm beneath the skin—other devices likeVirtue RF
only reach 2 to 3 mm.
With virtually no downtime and no scars, this device can deliver beautiful contours and exciting results for the:
- Areas of cellulite
Additionally, significant improvements have been seen in post-acne scar patients.
Does Morpheus8 hurt?
The Morpheus8 procedure is performed in the office by a member of our team under a local anesthetic to ensure your comfort. Treated skin remains slightly red for 24 hours, and there is no post-procedural pain.
How many Morpheus8 treatments are needed?
Patients typically undergo a series of 3 treatments, spaced 6 weeks apart. Excellent contour, texture, and tone will be seen following the final treatment.
How long does Morpheus8 last?
Like anything else, no treatment is permanent, and the aging process will always persist no matter what we do. Some maintenance will be required along with excellent skincare in order to see consistent, long-term results.
If you have any questions about this new and exciting procedure or would like to book an appointment for medi spa services at our plastic surgery practice near Scottsdale and Phoenix, AZ, please call (480) 423-1973 or request a consultation.