Now there is a way to enhance your look without a surgical facelift! California Skin Institute offers Precision Tx – a new laser treatment that enables minimally invasive smaller area contouring – such as neck, jowls and jaw line to give you outcomes with little downtime.
This one-time laser procedure is performed in the comfort of your doctor’s office with cutting edge laser technology that delivers the laser energy precisely to the target tissue. The entire procedure takes an hour and it gives you outcomes that continue to improve over time.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Precision Tx™?
Precision Tx™ is cutting edge laser technology that enables a new minimally invasive laser procedure for small area contouring – such as jowls, jaw line and neck. Precision Tx™ treatment can give you a more defined look without a surgical face-lift.
How does Precision Tx™ treatment work?
The treatment area is numbed and tiny incisions are made to fit a very small cannula with a laser fiber, about the size of the tip of a pen, underneath your skin. Then, thermally controlled laser energy is delivered to the treatment area to stimulate collagen production in the dermis.
What does the treatment feel like?
As the area is numbed with local anesthesia, there is minimal discomfort during the procedure. Like any other minimally invasive procedure, you may feel a light pressure during the treatment and some soreness afterwards. Patients should be able to return to normal activities in a few days, depending on each patient’s unique situation and treatment plan.
How long does the treatment take?
The treatment takes about one hour and it is performed in your doctor’s office.
How often does the treatment need to be repeated?
Precision Tx™ is a one-time treatment.
How much does the treatment cost?
Precision Tx™ is a very precise and individualized laser treatment, and the price varies depending on the treatment area. A physician must see the prospective patient first to provide an accurate quote after the consultation.
Treatment results will vary, talk to a practitioner to see if this treatment or procedure is right for you.