THE WORLD’S MOST ANTICIPATED INNOVATION IN FACIAL AESTHETICS
OFFER A FACIAL SOLUTION WHERE NO OTHER CURRENTLY EXISTS
EmbraceRF is a technology that performs subdermal adipose remodeling of the face. It is the perfect answer for patients who are not yet ready for a facelift, but want optimal outcomes. EmbraceRF is for those patients who have aging signs, with or without underlying fat concerns. It’s ideal for anyone who wants to look their best at any time.
- Immediate Results with Continued Improvements
EMBRACE IS A COMBINATION OF POWERFUL TECHNOLOGIES TO EFFECTIVELY TREAT THE SUBDERMAL ADIPOSE TISSUE OF THE FACE. THIS UNION RESULTS IN AN ENHANCED TREATMENT OUTCOME THAT CAN PROVIDE PHYSICIANS THE HIGHEST VERSATILITY OF TREATMENT OFFERINGS.
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FaceTite can coagulate the fat and remodel tissue utilizing InMode’s proprietary RFAL technology. FaceTite can be done under local anesthesia in the office, with only two days of downtime. FaceTite creates directional heat, which has been clinically proven in peer reviewed studies for three dimensional tissue remodeling.
Morpheus8 utilizes fractional RF technology for sub-dermal treatment. By coagulating the sub dermal fat in a fractional manner, Morpheus8 addresses upper fat layers to supplement the FaceTite procedure. Morpheus8 is a Subdermal Adipose Remodeling Device (SARD) that molds the fat in order to morph the aging facial features into a more youthful appearance.
Filling The Treatment Gap
The standard for face laxity is a facelift and for abdominal laxity it’s an abdominoplasty. However, having the ability to treat a large segment of the population that are borderline patients (most of whom would be turned down) is a fact that should not be easily dismissed.