Achieve tighter skin without surgery

Achieve tighter skin without surgery
Rapid results which generally appear within the first few days

If you’re looking for a virtually painless way to tighten your skin Dr Anh may have the answer.

At Dr Anh’s Perth cosmetic surgery clinic we offer a range of laser treatments to improve and enhance your body and skin. Exilis offers a non-invasive option for tightening skin that is safe, effective and has next to no downtime.

The Exilis technology and procedure

This skin tightening technology uses ultrasound waves combined with a specific radiofrequency to target structures that make and keep your skin springy and tight. An easy, virtually painless solution, Exilis can treat the area you most want changed.

Every patient has a unique skin texture, elasticity and tensile strength so when you attend your initial consultation Dr Anh will assess your skin type to determine if Exilis treatment is right for you.

Benefits of Exilis from Dr Anh

More and more patients are seeking non-invasive treatments that can be carried out with little downtime, pain and yield natural results. This is why the Exilis skin tightening treatment has been voted one of the best devices for tightening sagging skin.

The Exilis is ideal for achieving a refreshed, tightened effect to your face and body while maintaining your natural appearance. Five of the benefits of this treatment are:

  1. Virtually pain-free
  2. Safe and effective
  3. Little-to-no-downtime
  4. Non-invasive
  5. Precise and target for deep skin penetration

What’s involved with this treatment?

The purpose of your initial consultation, aside from assessing your viability for this treatment, is to ensure you are made aware of what is involved with this treatment. Dr Anh will also provide you with an estimate of how many treatments you will need for the best possible results.

Depending on what your desired outcome is, you will either require 2 treatments 2 to 3 weeks apart: or 4 treatments 2 to 4 weeks apart. Each treatment can be as short as 10 minutes or as long as 40 minutes; this is determined by the area being treated.