Anthony N. Dardano, DO, FACS
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery located in Boca Raton, FL
Skin tightening and vaginal revitalization might seem like they have nothing in common — but radiofrequency energy is actually one of the most powerful non-surgical solutions for both concerns. At Anthony N. Dardano, DO, FACS you can have TempSure radiofrequency treatments to tighten and revitalize with no downtime. Book your appointment online or by phone now.
TempSure Q & A
What is TempSure Envi?
TempSure Envi is a noninvasive radiofrequency energy treatment platform for skin revitalization. Some patients call it a non-surgical facelift! Anthony N. Dardano, DO, FACS, may recommend this treatment if you're not ready for facial surgery or do not need it.
Envi treatment is highly effective for facial lines and wrinkles, but it can tighten skin nearly anywhere on your body. The TempSure platform has multiple handpieces so your provider can tailor the treatment for your needs.
How does TempSure Envi treatment work?
Your care provider applies a cooling gel to the treatment area and then moves the handpiece across your skin in small circles. The TempSure Envi handpiece massages your skin while it sends radiofrequency energy pulses into the skin.
The energy heats dermal skin cells to start new collagen growth. TempSure Envi has a built-in temperature modulator to ensure that your skin does not overheat. After treatment, which lasts around 30-60 minutes, your skin rapidly returns to its normal temperature. Because the treatment causes mild edema along with collagen stimulation, you might notice that your skin looks and feels tighter in the first few days after treatment.
At 7-10 days, collagen rebuilding starts, and this also triggers new elastin growth to improve skin firmness. At 25-30 days, you notice diminished fine lines and wrinkles as well as firmer skin. Further treatments improve your skin even more. Most patients have a short series of treatments to get the best results.
What is TempSure Vitalia?
TempSure Vitalia is a radiofrequency treatment that enhances women’s intimate wellness. If you’re struggling with issues like vaginal burning, lack of lubrication, a loose vagina, or poor libido after having children or starting menopause, TempSure Vitalia might be ideal for you.
This treatment can even help with urinary incontinence in some cases. Radiofrequency energy is ideal for vaginal revitalization because it’s so gentle, and is completely noninvasive.
How does TempSure Vitalia treatment work?
Your treatment provider at Anthony N. Dardano, DO, FACS gently passes a specially designed probe through the inner vagina, and over the outer vaginal tissue if needed. As with TempSure treatments for other parts of your body, the radiofrequency energy stimulates new collagen and elastin to tighten, firm, and revitalize.
TempSure Vitalia treatment is fast, easy, and pain-free. Most women have a series of treatments for optimal results, but you often experience improvements in as little as a few weeks.
What is TempSure FlexSure?
TempSure FlexSure is the world’s first wrappable RF applicator that uses radiofrequency technology to provide deep, even tissue heating that contours your body without any pain or downtime.
FlexSure helps you achieve a younger-looking appearance by targeting stubborn fat pockets in your love handles, back, buttocks, or abdomen, as well as your arms, thighs, or knees. The procedure feels like a light warming sensation or a hot stone massage.
How does TempSure FlexSure work?
FlexSure radiofrequency technology works by gently heating and destroying targeted fat cells without damaging surrounding tissues. Your body eliminates fat cells over time. Peel and stick wrappable technology conforms perfectly to your body, making it easy to treat hard-to-reach areas.
Each relaxing treatment lasts about 15 minutes, and most patients benefit from 3-5 treatment sessions.
Are you ready to enjoy the amazing benefits of TempSure radiofrequency treatments? Book your appointment online or by calling the office of Anthony N. Dardano, DO, FACS, today.