Introducing: Radio Frequency (RF) Tissue Tightening!

Specialists in Dermatology now offers an exciting opportunity in the world of body contouring. Currently the first and only practice to offer this procedure in Tucson, Exilis is the latest advancement in FDA approved, noninvasive skin and tissue tightening and circumferential fat reduction.

What areas can be treated?
Common areas for this procedure include: eye area, around the mouth, chin area, jaw line, décolleté, abdomen, back, arms, legs, knees and “cankles”.

How does the procedure work?
Utilizing radio frequency (RF), Exilis Therapy involves comfortably heating deep targeted layers of the skin to tighten collagen tissue and to boost the metabolic activity and therefore shrinking fat cells. Exilis can treat all areas of the face and body.

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What Can I Expect?
The procedure generally lasts about 20 minutes per session, and involves the use of a hand piece to carefully control and monitor skin temperature levels. The goal is to reach a therapeutic thermal effect to treat the target cells underneath the skin. Patients should come to their appointment well hydrated and should expect to feel heat during treatment, however there should be no pain or discomfort. Optimal results can be seen after four to six treatments spaced two to four weeks apart.

Pricing discussed during consultation. Package pricing also available. Call to schedule a body consultation with us today!

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