Nonsurgical option for facial and neck tightening

ThermiLift™ for tightening the lower face and neck

Not ready for a facelift? Looking for a minimally invasive way to tighten the skin of your face and neck?

If you have skin laxity of the face or have neck jowls and are not yet ready for a face lift, ThermiLift™ offers a new minimally invasive option using radiofrequency technology for subdermal heating to lift, tighten, and rejuvenate the lower face and neck.

Dr. William Rosenblatt, a board-certified plastic surgeon at Lenox Hill Plastic Surgery Center, is among the first NYC plastic surgeons to offer the ThermiLift™ procedure. He has been asked by the manufacturer to be on the company’s Clinical Advisory Council and to teach other physicians how to use this technology.

Light-based treatments like lasers and intense pulsed light (IPL) don’t penetrate tissues deeply enough to get desired skin tightening without damaging the skin surface. With ThermiLift™, a tiny probe heats the deepest layer of the skin causing it to shrink. Noticeable skin shrinkage usually occurs over a 4-month period after the procedure. This procedure is not for everyone. If you have very poor skin tone, a surgical option might be preferable for you.

This procedure may be used as an adjunct to liposuction if excess fat is present. It is usually performed under local anesthesia; however, in some cases, more sedation may be preferred. There are no incisions with this procedure—only tiny needle-like holes that usually heal without sutures or scars.

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To find out if ThermiLift™ is right for you, call us at 212-570-6100 to set up your complimentary consultation.

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Dr. William Rosenblatt provides cosmetic plastic surgery of the breast, body, face (including nose), and skin, fat injections, Botox, ThermiRF, Radiesse, Juvederm, and Belotero Balance to those living in the New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island areas of New York, and the greater metro area, including New Jersey, and Connecticut.