Morpheus8 is the first and only FDA-approved cosmetic technology that rejuvenates the skin by penetrating subdermal adipose tissue. Designed by InMode, this minimally invasive device combines radiofrequency (RF) and microneedling technology to deliver the deepest fractional treatment available. Our skilled aestheticians use this remarkable device to contour face and body tissue safely and effectively, allowing you to achieve younger-looking skin and a boost of confidence.
To find out more about Morpheus8 or the right cosmetic treatment for you, we invite you to contact Carolinas Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Charlotte, NC, today. Dr. Waheed Mohamed, our surgeon, and Tina Angers, our medical aesthetician, work hand in hand to deliver superior results using proven methods that you are sure to love.
If you seek nonsurgical treatment for any of these conditions, Morpheus8 can help:
- Acne scarring
- Dark spots
- Large pores
- Uneven skin tone
- Stretch marks
- Signs of aging
How Morpheus8 Works
By combining RF and microneedling technology, Morpheus8 reaches beyond the skin’s surface to stimulate the production of collagen. Standard methods of skin resurfacing penetrate the skin, but lack RF technology. This technology heats up the skin during treatment, helping it tighten more effectively.
Our specialists use custom tips depending on the size of the treatment area, and this method is ideal because it is great for both small and large areas of skin. By stimulating your body’s own collagen production on a deeper level, you achieve tighter, smoother skin.
When you come in for your Morpheus8 treatment, we will numb the area with cream for your comfort. We will assess your skin goals and customize treatment accordingly, including the device tip, machine settings, and the exact area(s) you want to improve. The handheld device is moved across the skin in a stamping motion until the area is covered. You may feel some pressure, but the numbing cream helps minimize any discomfort.
One treatment takes between 15 and 60 minutes and over the next few weeks, you will notice your skin tightening. Multiple treatments may be needed for significant tightening or treating acne scars. Results last about 1 year, and you can repeat the treatment as needed to achieve your goals. We recommend an annual follow-up to maintain this level of collagen production.
Benefits of Morpheus8 Fractional Remodeling
This treatment is proven to be a safe and effective way to achieve younger-looking skin without the need for invasive surgical procedures. Morpheus8 has numerous benefits. To learn more about the device and its specifics, visit the official InMode website.
- Uncovers natural, youthful contours
- Reduces the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles
- Smoother skin
- Can be used on small or large areas, including areas of the face and neck
- Reduces treatment time
- Minimizes risk of skin injury
- Customizable treatment options
- Safe on all skin types
- Little to no downtime
- Improved confidence
How is Morpheus8 Different?
Microneedling is a popular skin resurfacing method that functions by pricking the skin to stimulate collagen production. Morpheus8 works similarly, except it combines microneedling with radiofrequency (RF) energy. Radio frequency heats up the skin, allowing the device to penetrate deeper layers. It's common for people to try nonsurgical methods of skin rejuvenation before considering plastic surgery, and Morpheus8 is a great way to expose your skin to a safe and proven resurfacing method.
Feel Confident in Your Skin
Aging is an inevitable part of life, but you can keep your skin firm and healthier-looking with safe, nonsurgical treatment methods such as Morpheus8. We are Charlotte’s cosmetic experts and ensure you achieve your desired goals while providing a comfortable and friendly experience. Contact our office in Charlotte, NC, today to schedule a consultation with our specialists.
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