Morpheus 8: The Ultimate Guide

What is Morpheus8? 

Morpheus8 is a the latest minimally invasive skin-remodeling treatment that utilizes Microneedling with radio-frequency to deliver a variety of treatments. The device uses 24 or 40 gold-coated needles to remodel the skin and deliver energy to a maximum 8mm depth.The treatment can reverse years of aging and increases collagen and elastin production while tightening skin. This allows for contouring of the face and body with custom-settings that are tailored for different parts of the body. The new, healed skin will appear tighter, brighter, smoother, and refreshed. The energy delivered to different parts of the face and body are tailored to the patient's indication, skin type, and tolerance in efforts to achieve their aesthetic goals.

Why Choose Morpheus8? 

Morpheus8 treatment would be beneficial for patients who are wanting to treat: 

  • Acne Scars
  • Pigmentation
  • Textural Irregularities
  • Enlarged Pores
  • Excessive Sweating 
  • Improving Color, Texture and Tone
  • Sun Damage
  • Minimize Fine Lines
  • Active Acne
  • Dark Spots or Hyperpigmentation
  • Surgical Scars

Morpheus8 can also be combined with other modalities to further enhance the results. 

What Can I Expect After a Morpheus8 Treatment? 

After a Morpheus8 Treatment, it is important to follow skincare protocol that is formulated for each and every patient. This will ensure proper healing and optimizing the results. Additionally, avoiding sun exposure, excessive heat, and sweating for the following 4-7 days. Visible results can be seen after an initial three (3) treatment sessions and every 3-4 months thereafter to maintain results. 


How Do We Achieve Optimal Results? 

We typically suggest patients to have three sessions of Morpheus8  to achieve optimal results. PRP and Exosomes can also be used as a post-procedure to further improve the skin appearance and texture while also reducing healing time to create a more youthful appearance. 


Have additional questions? Schedule a virtual or in-person consultation. 


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