Thermacool may cause some discomfort, but the risk of surgery, anesthesia and scarring are less than with surgical procedures. In fact, some people say the procedure has not really done much harm to all. For more specific information, check out James A. Levine, M.D.. So you may wonder how it works It takes anywhere thirty to forty-five minutes to complete the procedure Thermacool. Most patients need only a local anesthetic cream placed on the face. The will coach about an hour before the treatment is scheduled to begin. Other people may need Valium or some other kind of oral sedative. "I was so nervous about having to do, says that 35-year-old Marc Thompson. I did not know if I could improve my appearance or make it worse.
I guess men are not only supposed to try these things, but I took the recommendation the wife. "Thermacool is no different from any other surgical procedure if you need a stronger sedative, you will need an anesthesiologist to administer the dose. As I mentioned, Thermacool uses radio frequency energy to apply heat to the epidermis or top layer of skin. The heat is applied directly to the layer of the dermis. The dermis layer lies just beneath the epidermis. I could feel a warming in the face. It felt weird. I could not do anything, but stood still, "says Tonya Morgan. You want to put too much because the heat causes the tissue of the dermis layer to warm up. This controlled heating of deeper layers of skin tissue and causes the skin to contract and tighten.