ThermiSmooth and ThermiTight are both administered through the same radio-frequency device, using different handpieces. These treatments are commonly used on the face to treat the signs of aging. Here is what you need to know about these two different treatments and their benefits.
The device used for both of these treatments emits radio frequency that is used to model the collagen as well as stimulate the production of new and strengthened collagen fibers. ThermiSmooth has a wand that is passed over the top of the skin, usually in a small circular motion, to heat the skin. ThermiTight uses a handpiece that goes under the skin to heat it.
How It Works
For both ThermiSmooth and ThermiTight, radiofrequency is used to heat up the skin. This stimulates collagen production in the area. ThermiSmooth usually takes about four to six- 30 minute sessions over as many weeks to get best results and a yearly maintenance. ThermiTight takes about 1.5 hours and lasts for several years.
How They Differ
These two treatments differ in how the radiofrequency is used to treat the signs of aging. For ThermiTight, the device is often used in the lower face and jawline where sagging skin can make you look older. ThermiSmooth focuses on filling in lines and wrinkles that are the result of aging.
If you are interested in trying ThermiSmooth or ThermiTight for yourself, contact us today to schedule an appointment.