Exilis Specialist

Dr. Randy N. Karu -  - Family Medicine Physician

Dr. Randy N. Karu

Family Medicine Physician & General Surgeon located in Pomona, CA

Exilis works by using focused radiofrequency energy and high-frequency ultrasound to tighten skin. The energy from the heat disrupts old collagen fibers and stimulates new collagen to grow in the treated area, resulting in the appearance of tighter skin in the area. It takes four treatments total, usually one to two weeks between treatments. You will see results after four treatments, and continue to see results up to three months after the treatment as new collagen is forming in the area. It can be used to treat wrinkles around the eye area, forehead, and nasolabial folds, and tighten the skin under the chin, arms, and deĢcolletage. It will take 30 minutes to treat each area.

Exilis

How does it work?

Exilis works by using focused radiofrequency energy and high-frequency ultrasound to tighten skin. The energy from the heat disrupts old collagen fibers and stimulates new collagen to grow in the treated area, resulting in the appearance of tighter skin in the area.

How many treatments does it take?

It takes four treatments total, usually one to two weeks between treatments.

How long will it take to see results?

You will see results after four treatments, and continue to see results up to three months after the treatment as new collagen is forming in the area.

What areas can be treated?

It can be used to treat wrinkles around the eye area, forehead and nasolabial folds, and tighten skin under the chin, arms, and deĢcolletage.

How long will each treatment take?

30 minutes.

Is it safe?

Yes, it is FDA approved.

What does it feel like?

It feels like a hot stone massage. It is not painful.

Who can get this treatment?

Anyone who requires skin tightening in either their face or body.

What are the contraindications to Exilis?

Impaired immunity, Defibrillator or pacemaker, Isotretinoin in past twelve months, active collagen disease, eczema, burns or rosacea in the treatment area, or pregnancy.

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