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Reveal a More Radiant Youthful Appearance with Microneedling in New York

What Can Morpheus8 Treat? 

Morpheus8 is an excellent treatment for patients who want facial rejuvenation through an advanced skin tightening and toning method for a more youthful look. The modern technology used to get beautiful cosmetic results utilizes microneedling techniques and combines it with radiofrequency technology to boost new collagen growth in the face while remodeling it by thickening and tightening the skin. Other common treatment areas include the periorbital area, abdomen, thighs, legs, and buttocks. 

What Is Morpheus8? 

Morpheus8 is a skin enhancement procedure that combines microneedling with radiofrequency technology to help unveil a healthy, glowing complexion. The combination of these two techniques results in changes like smoother, firm, more toned skin with improved contours. Treatment times and frequency of sessions will be tailored to each patient to reach desired results, which may take a few days, but typically after 3 weeks, the results are at their most noticeable.

Morpheus8 can be used to improve the appearance of: 

  • Excess fat in the face and neck
  • Mild sagging or “jowls” 
  • Uneven or rough skin texture
  • Acne scarring
  • Sun damage
  • Fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Enlarged pores 
  • Stretch marks 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children first see a dentist as early as six months of age and no later than one year of age. During this time, your child's baby teeth will be coming in and your dentist can examine the health of your child's first few teeth. After the first visit, be sure to schedule regular checkups every six months.
  • Choosing a dentist who “clicks” with you and your family is important, and you may wish to consider several dentists before making your final decision. During your first visit, you should be able to determine whether the dentist is right for you. During your appointment, consider the following:

    • Is the appointment schedule convenient?
    • Is the office easy to get to and close by?
    • Does the office appear to be clean and orderly?
    • Was your medical and dental history recorded and placed in a permanent file?
    • Does the dentist explain techniques for good oral health?
    • Is information about cost presented to you before treatment is scheduled?
    • Is your dentist a member of the ADA (American Dental Association)?
  • Children, teens, and adults should all see the dentist for a regular checkup at least once every six months. Patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may be required to see the dentist more than just twice a year. Your doctor will help determine how often you should visit the dentist for regular checkups.
  • Yes! In fact, it's even more important that patients receiving orthodontic treatment visit their dentist regularly. With braces, food may be caught in places that your toothbrush can't reach. This causes bacteria to build up and can lead to cavities, gingivitis, and gum disease. Your dentist will work closely with your orthodontist to make sure that your teeth stay clean and healthy while wearing braces.
  • A filling is a synthetic material that your dentist uses to fill a cavity after all of the tooth decay has been removed. Fillings do not generally hurt because your dentist will numb your mouth with an anesthetic. Fillings are made from a variety of different materials, including composites, gold, or ceramic. If you need a filling, be sure to talk to your doctor about what type is best for you and your teeth.
  • A cavity is a small hole that forms inside the tooth because of tooth decay. Cavities are formed when plaque buildup on the outside of the tooth combines with sugars and starches in the food you eat. This produces an acid that can eat away the enamel on your tooth. If a cavity is left untreated, it can lead to more serious oral health problems. Cavities can be prevented by remembering to brush your teeth at least two times a day and floss between teeth at least once.

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