Wrinkle & Fat Treatments with Morpheus
Morpheus 8 is a fractional skin treatment that stimulates collagen production of the underlying layers of the
dermis. By targeting the deeper layers of the skin, the building blocks will reorganize themselves in a natural anti-aging process. This results in reduction of wrinkles, tightening of skin, and even fat reduction with minimal down time.
Morpheus Body is an additional treatment option that allows even deeper treatment of stubborn fat layers to allow for minimally invasive fat removal in addition to improvement of skin texture.
WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?
Morpheus8 can be used on any areas that can benefit from sub-dermal renewal. The most commonly treated areas include the lower face and neck. Any areas of the face and body that exhibit wrinkles, discoloration or acne scarring are suitable for treatment.
Morpheus Body can also treat any area of the body that has stubborn fat as a perfect compliment to improvement in skin texture.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
Maximum results are achieved with three total treatments, each a month apart. Results continue to improve for up to 6-12 months after treatment.
HOW QUICKLY WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Visible results can be seen within a few days, but typically after three weeks the most noticeable results appear. Improvements continue up to 12 months after treatment.
HOW MUCH DOWN TIME WILL THERE BE?
One of the best things about a Morpheus treatment compared to other treatment options for wrinkle and fat reduction is that there is very minimal expected downtime. The average patient will have mild redness for 1-3 days and should be able to begin their normal skin routine and exercise routine within days of treatment as well as minimal visible signs of treatment within a few days.
Examples of Morpheus Before and Afters*
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To schedule an appointment, online consultation, or learn more about Morpheus Treatment, please Contact Us or call us at (469) 899-8758.
*Some of these images are examples shared by providers using the Morpheus device; not all were directly treated by Walker Plastic Surgery