Thermage CPT

Thermage CPT (Comfort Pulse Technology) is a non-invasive procedure that helps to tighten and contour skin without surgery or injections. Using radio frequency to deeply heat the lower layers of skin (dermis), Thermage helps stimulate and tighten existing collagen, as well as can activate new collagen growth. The CPT technology is the latest version of Thermage delivering more consistent results in non-surgical skin tightening.

At Chrysalis Rejuvenation Clinic, we administer Thermage to treat these concerns:

  • Loose skin on the face, such as sagging jowls, eyelids, crow’s feet and fine wrinkles
  • Loose skin on the abdomen, due to past pregnancies or weight loss
  • Loose skin nearly anywhere on the body due to aging or weight loss: arms, knees, buttocks, hands, etc.
  • Cellulite, particularly on the buttocks

For more information, please visit the Thermage website or contact us to book a consultation. We will help you determine whether Thermage can be an effective procedure for you.


How much time does a Thermage treatment require?
The procedure depends on the area treated, from 45 minutes up to 2 hours. You will be medicated for this procedure so we do allow time for the meds to take affect.

How much does it hurt?
Thermage generates heat and the patient must feel warmth for the procedure to work effectively. Pre-medication with a pain reliever such as Tylenol 3 and/or a relaxant such as Ativan, permits the individual to tolerate the procedure quite easily.

How many treatments will I need?
Thermage is a one-treatment procedure. You do not need to come back except for follow up appointments to document the improvement. It is possible to re-administer the procedure years down the line, if natural ageing causes loose skin to reoccur.

How much downtime is there after Thermage treatment?
Downtime is minimal; as soon as the medication wears off, the individual can resume his/hers daily activities.

Are there any side effects of Thermage?
The most common side-effect is some redness on the treated area, which dissipates very quickly. Swelling, blistering, bumps or surface irregularities can occur but are unusual.

How soon will I see results?
There is usually some improvement immediately, but the full results are achieved gradually and peak at about 6 months as the collagen re-grows in the skin.

How long do the results last?
Thermage has been approved by the FDA since 2002; so, there are no long-term studies to determine precisely how long it lasts.

Continual proper skin care will help prolong the your appearance you will have gained from this procedure.