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Frequently asked questions

What is Morpheus8?

Morpheus8 is subdermal adipose remodeling device (SARD) that uses radiofrequency (RF) micro-needling to stimulate collagen production in the deep layers of the dermis. RF energy stimulates collagen and elastin production to remodel your face and body, reorganizing them in a naturally anti-aging procedure. Treatment with Morpheus8 results in reduced fine lines and wrinkles, improved skin tone and texture, tightened skin, and an attractive look to boost your confidence and gives you back your youthful appearance.


Can anyone undergo this procedure?

Morpheus8 is one of the best procedures for patients who want to reduce signs of aging, but are not ready to undergo more invasive treatments, such as a facelift. Patients who are in good health and follow a healthy lifestyle are ideal candidates for this procedure. During the free consultation we evaluate any contraindications like pacemaker, blood thinners, keloid formation etc.

Morpheus8 uses color-blind technology, making this procedure useful for all skin types. We can now treat patients with darker skin tones without the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, a common condition with other skin treatment methods.


Can Morpheus8 treat different body areas?

Morpheus8 comes with an additional advantage: we can use it to treat aging symptoms of skin of your entire body such as the face, neck, abdomen, back, arms etc.


How many treatments do I need?

We will evaluate the severity of skin laxity, skin quality and  desired outcome. For optimal results we typically recommend a series of up to three sessions, spaced four to six weeks apart.


Is it a painful procedure?

Morpheus8 is considered a well-tolerated procedure. The patient sometimes will feel a slight prickling sensation. During the procedure we use numbing creams, local anesthetics and Pro-Nox sytem in combination to ensure a pleasant experience.


How long is recovery time?

Outpatient procedures allow patients to return to their normal daily activities immediately following the procedure. Patients typically experience mild bruising, swelling, reddened skin that they can treat using ice packs. These side-effects generally disappear in few days. Patients should avoid exposing the treated area to direct sunlight for at least a week following the procedure. Avoid applying makeup to face for 48-72 hours.


How quickly will I see results?

Patients will notice visible improvements within a few days following the procedure, but more noticeable results will gradually appear as the collagen and elastin production processes take place. Improvements will continue for up to three months after the treatment.


Is Morpheus8 a safe procedure?

Morpheus8 is a safe procedure that employs integrated safeguards such as real-time skin and fat temperature measurements and automatic power cut-off if the tissue receives too much energy during the treatment, preventing skin burns and tissue damage. Rare complications like burns and hyper pigmentation usually resolve with time with local treatment.


Can Morpheus8 be combined with other forms of treatment?

Morpheus8 is commonly combined with other non-surgical RFAL (radiofrequency assisted liposuction) forms of treatment, such as Facetite and  Bodytite, to achieve the best results. Patients who are not ready to undergo surgical facelift or abdominoplasty combine these forms of treatment for anti-aging, skin tightening results.

If Morpheus8 treatment is added to Facetite or Bodytite  treatment it will be done during the same session.

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Skin wrinkles, skin sagging and laxity


RF energy is delivered deep into dermal layers via micro-needles.

Topical or local anesthesia administered before treatment. Pro-Nox system for anesthesia is available.


Improvements noticed within a few days after treatment and continue to progress for up to 6 months

Best results are achieved with 3 treatments one month apart. After that once a year maintenance treatment can be considered.

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