Morpheus8 is the first and only full-body fractional technology that combines microneedling with radiofrequency technology for resurfacing that stimulates collagen production. By targeting the deeper layers of the skin, the building blocks will reorganize themselves in a natural anti-aging process. The way this fractional skin treatment targets subdermal layers of the skin allows it to be used on virtually any area of the body that exhibits wrinkles, discoloration or acne scarring. The most commonly treated areas include the face and neck, as well as the abdomen which is beneficial for tightening loose skin with underlying fatty tissue. Besides being non-invasive and usable on any area of the body another benefit of Morpheus8’s color blind technology is that it can be used on all skin types. The unique properties allow even darker tones to be treated with little risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, which is common with other resurfacing methods. The Morpheus8 treatment is an outpatient procedure with neither anesthesia or IV sedation needed because patients feel no significant pain while they are being treated. However, we do apply a topical numbing cream before the treatment and we offer the use of Nitronox (laughing gas) to those who may feel like they need it.
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The Morpheus8 device actually has multiple tips with various depths that your laser technician will select to increase or decrease the amount of radiofrequency the patient’s skin receives. This treatment approach allows our specialists to provide our patients with the maximum results.
Visible results can be seen within a few days, but typically after three weeks, the most noticeable results appear. Improvements continue up to three months after treatment.
The total procedure time typically depends on the skin size area that is being treated but can last anywhere from 40 minutes to an hour and a half.
After the treatment patients may continue their normal activities, with the patient possibly experiencing swelling or bruising that can be remedied with ice packs.