Treatments of the neck and lower face can be daunting. Injectables and liposuction can only remove fat, but seem to neglect loose skin. Facelifts are just so radical. Filling the gap between non-invasive and extreme contouring solutions is InMode’s latest procedure, EmbraceRF. EmbraceRF targets facial areas through a powerful combination of its proprietary technologies: FaceTite and Morpheus8. The synergistic combination of these treatments garners unique and consistent results performed in-office, under local anesthesia, and with only up to two days downtime.
This new concept of facial rejuvenation introduces subdermal adipose-remodeling. The EmbraceRF FaceTite procedure generates heat to “mold” the fat of the lower face in strategic positions. By retaining facial fat, patients can attain the fullness necessary to maintain youthfulness. This is achieved with newly cleared FDA Subdermal Adipose Remodeling Device (SARD), Morpheus8. Applied externally, the Morpheus8 is is the only device which can mold fat under the skin, while FaceTite tightens skin in the neck and jowl for an optimal result. According to New York plastic surgeon, Dr. Spero Theodorou, Morpheus8 “goes deeper than any other technology (4 mm plus its additional thermal pattern) and causes, in addition, subdermal adipose remodeling depending on how deep you want to set it.” Why? “In some areas you want to keep fat in others you want lose it.”
Prominent Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Nicholas Nikolov, has incorporated the FaceTite into many of his procedures due to its remarkable results and easy recovery. “Patients love not having to go under general anesthesia, if they choose not to, and with a small pin-prick incision, they love the low downtime, compared to more surgical options,” he shares, adding that the implementation of the Morpheus8 to contour and refine the subdermal area “leads to a more targeted approach to sculpt the face, in a very natural looking way” and also provides options to patients for whom there were no suitable solutions in the past (a treatment gap in available aesthetic options).