We’ve seen great results with Exilis, and have been able to treat loose and hanging skin while helping patients avoid invasive surgeries. Exilis eases the painful hassle that maintaining a youthful appearance can be.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Dr. Weiss was recently featured on an NBC Affiliate KXAS for the Exilis Skin Tightening Treatment in a segment titled "procedure rids 'turkey neck' without surgery."
The Exilis Treatment is non-surgical, and uses RadioFrequency technology to heat and tighten the skin. The NBC special focused on the advantages of Exilis over traditional skin tightening techniques, like face-lifts, that require surgeries every ten years to maintain the youthful effect. For patients in their forties, fifties and even sixties who want to reduce their excess or hanging neck skin, or sagging jowls, Exilis may help avoid more invasive anti-aging surgeries.
The MD Laser Skin and Vein Institute was the first to offer this treatment in the United States after FDA clearance. MD Laser Skin Vein Institute has experience with thousands of treatments. Since 2010, they have been performing the revolutionary Exilis treatment to treat wrinkles, laxity, and to reshape the skin and body. The device uses a delivery of ultra-precise radiofrequency technology to heat the skin, causing collagen support tissues to remodel, tighten, and firm.
“We’ve seen great results with Exilis, and have been able to treat loose and hanging skin while helping patients avoid invasive surgeries,” says Dr. Weiss, “Exilis eases the painful hassle that maintaining a youthful appearance can be, and we’re glad more patients are learning about non-surgical alternatives.”
Exilis’ exclusive Energy Flow Control gives cosmetic dermatologists unprecedented control over the depth of tissue rejuvenation, and the device’s non-invasive nature and relatively pain-free application make it a win-win for patients and physicians alike. It also includes integrated cooling to protect the skin.
The Maryland Laser, Skin and Vein Institute is a cosmetically oriented dermatology practice, originated by Drs. Robert & Margaret Weiss over 20 years ago, based in Hunt Valley (Baltimore), MD. The MDLSV Institute not only treats thousands of patients per year, but is a leading clinical research facility investigating new skin treatments and devices for the purposes of FDA clearance and improving patient treatments and outcomes.