We were surprised to learn that a number of our regular patients haven’t heard about Thermage.

If you’re suffering with signs of aging, such as sagging around the jaw line or crêpe-y skin on your neck, the Thermage radio-frequency procedure might be just the thing you need to avoid a facelift for as long as possible. Thermage can also be used on the abdomen to tighten up loose belly skin after weight loss, childbearing or simply aging. In fact, Thermage can be used anywhere you need a better contour and smoother, tighter skin.

Thermage works by applying radio-frequency waves that heat up the collagen beneath your skin’s surface. It doesn’t hurt and there’s no downtime involved. It takes only about an hour per treatment, so you can get right back to your schedule.

You’ll see some change immediately in the skin’s tightness, with more to come in the ensuing weeks and months—improvements continue up to six months.

Thermage can be applied on the face, hands, abdomen, arms, thighs and buttocks. We also use Thermage to enhance the results of laser liposuction because of its ability to tighten skin.

To review, Thermage is

  • A non-invasive way to lift, tighten and shape almost any area of the body
  • Not surgery and not an injection
  • Painless and fast
  • A great way to eliminate unwanted areas of fat and improve the appearance of cellulite


Of course, these are just the basics.  We’ve seen great results with Thermage and encourage you to learn more about Thermage in New Jersey at our office and check out the before and after pictures.  You can also contact our office for more information or to request a complimentary consultation with one of our physicians.


Medical Director at Reflections Center

Dr. Mitchell Chasin founded Reflections Center for skin & body as a place where physicians specializing in cosmetic medicine could focus on helping empower patients to feel their most beautiful. Dr. Chasin believes strongly that the best cosmetic physicians are those who are dedicated to mastering their craft through continuing education and collaboration with the industry’s top doctors.

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