Dr. Brian Kinney, a board certified plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills California is the Chairman of the ThermiAesthetics Clinical Advisory Board.
Dr. Kinney presented his clinical experience in his Beverly Hills, California practice with the ThermiRF temperature controlled technology in a paper entitled “Percutaneous Temperature Controlled RF - A New Paradigm for Tissue Tightening.” Dr. Kinney said, “Our patients tell me that they love the fact that they can receive consistently pleasing and predictable results and that they experience minimal discomfort or down time. I believe that this is a result of our ability to apply energy very precisely to create targeted temperatures with the ThermiRF Micro-Invasive cannulas to selected tissues while simultaneously monitoring the skin’s temperature to enhance safety and efficacy.” This approach turns around the traditional method of sending packets of energy out to the tissues, to instead measuring the effect of the energy on the target tissues as a therapeutic endpoint.
In the United States, ThermiRF is FDA approved to create lesions in nerves allowing physicians to perform the MICRO-Invasive ThermiRase procedure for patients who are searching for a toxin free neuromodulation option (possible alternative to BOTOX or Dysport).
The ThermiRF system is also approved for sale in Canada and Canadian physicians are utilizing it for the following procedures: ThermiRase to reduce the function of nerves responsible for muscle contractions on the forehead. ThermiLift for sub-dermal heating to lift, tighten and rejuvenate the lower face and neck. ThermiTight for sub-dermal heating to lift, provide skin tightening and rejuvenate the abdomen, arms and other body areas, and for cellulite reduction. ThermiDry for patients who suffer from excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis. ThermiRF Non-Invasive Treatments. ThermiSmooth for wrinkles. Thermi-VA for reducing vaginal laxity.