Morpheus8

What Is Morpheus8?

Subdermal skin tightening, subcutaneous fat destruction, epidermal and dermal resurfacing and remodeling of the skin cellular matrix, excellent for stretch marks too.

Morpheus8 is a workhorse that is capable of a variety of other solutions like reducing hyperhidrosis, killing acne bacteria, complete hand rejuvenation, correcting stretch marks and scars, etc.

  • Deep and safe fractional treatment penetrating 4000 microns with an additional thermal profile of 1000+ microns.
  • Extremely uniform effect.
  • Little to no thermal damage to dermis.
  • Safe on skin type up to and including VI with little risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is common with other resurfacing methods.
  • FDA-Cleared Machines
  • Physician-Owned Practice
  • Military Discounts Available
  • Clinically Proven Results

Morpheus8 is a fractional skin treatment that stimulates collagen production of the underlying layers of the dermis. By targeting the deeper layers of the skin, the building blocks will reorganize themselves in a natural anti-aging process.

Morpheus8 uses bipolar radio-frequency to resurface and tighten skin. It fractionally remodels and contours the face and body. Going deep into the skin and fat, it morphs the aging skin into a desirable smooth and sleek appearance. The Morpheus8 is effective on all skin tones. It can be used in conjunction with some of our other procedures to produce the desired effects.

The Morpheus8 has some incredible benefits. It produces an exceptionally uniform effect with little to no
thermal damage to the skin. The treatment is safe penetrating deep with 4000 microns and an additional
thermal profile of 1000+ microns. There is little risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is
common with other resurfacing methods.

Benefits of Morpheus8:

  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Extremely uniform effect
  • Safe on all skin tones
  • Deep and safe fractional treatment
  • Penetrating 4000 microns with an additional thermal profile of 1000+ microns
  • Little to no thermal damage to dermis
  • Little risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is common with other resurfacing methods
  • The most commonly treated areas include the lower face and neck. Nonetheless, any area that exhibits wrinkles, discoloration, stretch marks, or acne scarring are suitable for treatment.
  • Individual results may vary and contraindications may apply, 2-3 treatments may be necessary for optimal results

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