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BodyTite

BodyTite is a minimally invasive device for body contouring delivering fat coagulation results previously only achieved through excisional procedures.
FaceTite is a minimally invasive treatment providing an alternative to facelifts, without invasive surgery. Safely contract and contour tissue using RF technology.
Morphheus8 is a minimally invasive Subdermal Adipose Remodeling Device (SARD) that delivers customizable full body fractional treatments, designed to remodel collagen and coagulate adipose tissue.
Morpheus8 Body is the first and only FDA cleared technology to provide deep 8mm subdermal adipose tissue remodeling that can be programmed to quickly treat large tissue areas.

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Directional RF builds a temperature profile providing different treatment modalities for each tissue layer, from the deep fat layer up to the skin’s surface.
Controls heating temperature to ensure that results are consistent, avoiding over-treated or under-treated areas.
Dual temperature technologies provide greater safety and control compared to other technologies.
100% energy concentration in the treatment zone.

Who is best suited for treatment?

Your surgeon will first determine if you are a good candidate before clearing you to undergo the BodyTite procedure. The best candidates are in general good health, have moderate skin laxity and are within 30% of their ideal weight. However, excess body fat is not a requirement.

People who are not good candidates include women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, people with autoimmune diseases, those with skin diseases and/or infections, and anyone with allergies to certain local anesthetics.

If you are a good candidate, BodyTite has several advantages over more invasive body procedures—including less bruising and pain as well as minimal downtime. And many patients appreciate that BodyTite is an outpatient procedure requiring no general anesthesia.

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