Dr Tracy Mountford has been recommended for the Thermage CPT treatment in the latest issue of ‘Spa Secrets’ magazine (Autumn 2011 issue). The magazine features an article exploring the various methods for tightening the skin and eradicating wrinkles, important for those who want to keep a youthful appearance. The article explains four main anti-ageing techniques, one of which is Thermage CPT (Comfort Pulsed Technology). This treatment is available here at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic in London and Stoke Poges Buckinghamshire. This is an alternative anti-aging treatment, which is very effective in reducing the signs of aging.
Thermage CPT is a completely painless, non-evasive and safe procedure that’s clinically proven to help smooth, tighten and contour skin for creating an overall younger appearance by stimulating the production of collagen.
Thermage is predominately used on the face, but other areas of the body respond well to this skin tightening treatment such as buttocks, tummies, knees, hands and upper-arms. Thermage delivers results in a single treatment for most patients, although our aesthetic medical practitioners will determine the right treatment for you.
Benefits of using Thermage CPT include:
- Lifting tired looking eyes by reducing wrinkles
- Only a single treatment is needed
- Little to no downtime after the treatment
- Suitable for all types of skin and skin colours
- Relatively Painless – Comfortable procedure
- 100% safe
- Can be used on other areas of the body
- Reduces the appearance of cellulite
- Results can last for years
- No aftercare needed
- Compatible with most other skin procedures
The treatment is ideal for patients aged 40 and over, but younger for areas such as the tummy for those women that have been working out and want to tighten and restore their tummies post pregnancy. Thermage CPT Treatments start from £1750
For more information on this or any of our other treatments please call 01753 646 660
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.