Carmel Valley San Diego CA Morpheus8 Skin Tightening Anti Aging Launched

A medical aesthetics specialist has introduced a skin tightening treatment based on fractional radio frequency technology, which is capable of creating healthier and younger-looking skin.

San Diego, United States - November 21, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

A medical aesthetic clinic in California has introduced a radio frequency fractional skin treatment designed for individuals who want to reduce wrinkles and lift sagging jowls.

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Aurae MD is offering patients a scientifically tested and minimally invasive procedure called Morpheus8 that can renew the skin’s elasticity. According to Dr. Margo Aura Emami, the treatment is capable of targeting the deeper layers of the skin to promote new collagen and elastin production to make it look younger.

The treatment is based on the technology of fractional radio frequency (RF), which combines micro needling and RF to restore collagen and elastin, the proteins responsible for healthier and younger looking skin. Morpheus8 uses a matrix of micro pins to trigger the skin’s natural response to healing, which results in the production of the two proteins.

Dr. Emami stated that the advantage of micro needling is that the skin surface remains intact because the energy that causes the rejuvenation goes directly beneath the skin. She explained that this allows for better contouring and tightening, in addition to giving the patient a more comfortable experience.

The results of the treatment can be immediately visible as some tightening can be observed after the treatment. Patients can see more noticeable results in about three to six months as new collagen and elastin are produced.

Another advantage of the treatment is that it can work on all skin types. It can also be combined with other types of non-surgical procedures like Y Lift to remove sagging jowls and create a more natural face lift.

Actual results of this treatment can be found at

The Morpheus8 treatment is mainly used on the face and neck, but it can also be utilized in other areas of the body that need skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, and contouring. Moreover, it has also been used to treat acne scars, surgical scars, and stretch marks.

Treatments are administered by Dr. Margo Aura Emami, a Harvard-trained physician specializing in medical aesthetics, regenerative, and functional medicine. She is known for her holistic approach, which involves a comprehensive review of one’s medical history prior to treatment.

The use of RF micro needling technology is increasing in North America. Market research firm Data Bridge expects the use of RF technology to experience further growth in the next seven years owing to the demand for minimally invasive procedures and anti-aging therapies.

Full details about the benefits of the system can be found at or at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Margo Aura Emami
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Organization: Aurae MD
Address: 9850 Genesee Ave Suite 840 Ximed Building, San Diego, CA 92037, United States
Phone: +1-858-333-7855

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88986734

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