Morpheus8 is a revolutionary procedure that has been designed to address the entire body. It is a subdermal adipose remodeling device that delivers consistent results for all skin types without creating any thermal damage to the dermis. The Morpheus8 fractional treatment penetrates 4,000 microns, with an additional thermal profile of more than 1,000 microns. At the heart of the Morpheus8 system is the radiofrequency (RF) energy microneedle, which is a new twist on an older anti-aging technique.
Although Morpheus8 is generally safe and effective, like any procedure, it has some side effects. These include swelling, exudation, crusting, redness, slight bruising, lumps or grid marks. These side effects should go away in a day or two, or they could last up to a week. In some cases, if you want better results, you can perform a combination of the Morpheus8 treatment and another such as the AccuTite or Fraxel laser.
It is important to find a board-certified cosmetic surgeon or specialist who has extensive experience performing Morpheus8 on the area of the body being treated. Angelina Postoev, MD, FACS, a triple board certified cosmetic surgeon, and Christopher Ibikunle, MD, FACS, offer Morpheus8 treatments for men and women in Buckhead, Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Johns Creek and surrounding Georgia areas. If you are interested in the Morpheus8 procedure or want to learn more about how it can benefit you, contact SurgiCare Arts & Aesthetics today.