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|6 - 10 pack(s)||$56.00 USD|
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Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper works to delineate the specific treatment site for Thermage treatments. At the same time, it ensures that the entire region is treated. This accessory is designed to be used along Thermage skin contouring systems. These systems comprise of a Handpiece, which is where a Thermage Treatment Tip is attached, and a radiofrequency generator, which delivers a maximum of 500W of energy via the disposable tip. Thermage systems use radiofrequency energy to heat the underlying tissues of their specific target area, thereby destroying local fat cells and promoting cell regeneration. Ultimately, this improves the appearance of wrinkles and loose skin at the treatment area. Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper facilitates these procedures by transferring an ink dot grid onto the skin surface. Prior to use of this paper, it is important to remove all makeup, oils, lotions, and aesthetic materials on the patient. To use Thermage TK- Skin Marking Paper, take one sheet from the pouch and cut it into the desired shape and size. Cleanse the skin that is to be treated with alcohol, then apply the paper directly onto the predetermined treatment area. The ink side should be facing down. When the ink is visible through the paper, remove it from the skin slowly. Allow to dry. After the use of a Thermage system, reapply alcohol to remove the ink and wash the treatment site with warm water and mild soap. This paper is designed for a single use only. Do not reuse. Before using Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper, read the package insert carefully. Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is latex free and has been approved for physician use by FDA. This marking paper is available in 0.25cm2 sheets and 3.00cm2 sheets.
Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is well tolerated by most patients and unlikely to cause any major side effects. However, Thermage treatment can sometimes cause transient skin reactions such as redness, swelling, and bruising. Being self-limiting in nature, these side effects tend to disappear in a day. Other than that, fat atrophy and skin damage may occur. In rare cases, there may be collection of blood under the skin, which is medically known as hematoma. Thermage systems are not known to cause hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation.
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