Renew Dermatology is the only area medical practice able to offer the combined benefits of Thermage skin tightening and Fraxel resurfacing treatments. We call the combined treatment Thermafrax, and it's the best way to get healthier and younger looking skin without invasive surgery.
Thermage's newest system uses unique radiofrequency technology to safely heat the deeper layers of your skin, stimulating existing collagen and promoting new collagen growth. The result is skin that looks and feels noticeably smoother, tighter and firmer. Best of all, most patients see immediate results with gradual continued improvement for six months.
Renew offers Thermage treatments for your eyes, face and body. Thermage requires little to no downtime, can be performed on all skin types and colors, and does not affect the skin's sensitivity to sun, meaning it can be performed year-round.
Fraxel is a revolutionary laser treatment, unlike any other. Fraxel precisely treats thousands of microscopic areas of skin using pinpoint laser beams that penetrate beneath the skin's surface to eliminate old, damaged skin cells. Fraxel treatments stimulate the body's own natural healing process, which replaces damaged skin with fresh, glowing, healthy skin.
Fraxel is so precise, it's safe and effective on delicate skin areas like the neck, chest and hands in addition to the face. Immediately after initial healing is complete, the surface of your skin will feel smoother, look brighter, and have a more even tone. Over the next six months, the deeper layers of skin will continue to heal, further improving your skin.
Fraxel is non-invasive and can dramatically improve your skin with just a series of three to five treatments. With Fraxel, you not only get dramatic results without the risks and complications of surgery, you can also prevent the need to ever consider a facelift.
Renew Dermatology's Thermafrax treatment combines the benefits of these two non-invasive procedures to give you dramatically brighter and healthier skin. Contact us today to learn more about Thermage, Fraxel and Thermafrax.