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FAQs
 

Have a Morpheus 8-related question? We have the answer. Check out these FAQs and give us a call today for more information!

 

​I've had microneedling before. How is Morpheus 8 different? 

Morpheus is unlike traditional microneedling in that it has an energy component. According to INMODE, Morpheus 8 is a minimally invasive bipolar radiofrequency (RF) tissue treatment that delivers the deepest fractional treatments available, heating subdermal tissue up to 8mm. While microneedling targets the superficial layers of the skin to address skin tone and texture, the energy used in Morpheus 8 treatments works deeper to tighten and remodel the underlying tissue and address skin laxity. If you're curious about Morpheus 8 or ketamine treatment, get in touch with us today. 

How long does Morpheus 8 last? 

You can expect to have results last for up to three years. Maintenance sessions are always recommended after you've completed the initial series. Call our team to learn more about New Wave Medicine and how we use Morpheus 8 and ketamine to benefit your life.

Where on the body do you use Morpheus 8? 

We can use Morpheus 8 virtually anywhere on the body that has increased skin laxity or concerns for tone and texture. These areas may include the upper or lower abdomen, love handles, inner or outer thighs, buttocks, back of the legs, arms, knees, bra roll area, face, neck, and chest. Call us today to get started!
 

How often can I receive Morpheus 8 treatment? 

You want to make sure you are fully healed before starting another session. At a minimum, you need to wait one to two weeks between treatments. However, results are best seen when completing an initial series of three to five sessions spaced four to six weeks apart. Whether you're interested in Morpheus 8 or ketamine treatment, we can help you. Call today.

Does Morpheus 8 hurt? 

 

While everyone's pain tolerance is different, Morpheus 8 can be uncomfortable for some people. Comfort options are available! We offer topical anesthetic, local anesthetic, and oral pain medications. Most patients tolerate the procedure well with one or more of these helpful options. Reach out today to learn more about Morpheus 8 and ketamine. We're here to answer any questions you

may have!

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