|By Marketwired .||
|May 15, 2014 04:38 PM EDT||
SOUTHLAKE, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- Created by ThermiAesthetics, ThermiRF is the first aesthetic technology that applies "science of heat," using temperature as a clinical endpoint, enabling plastic surgeons and aesthetic physicians to precisely heat soft tissue and nerves to achieve desired aesthetic outcomes.
ThermiRF is cleared by the FDA for dermatologic and general surgical electrocoagulation and hemostasis, and for creation of lesions in nerve tissue. ThermiRF is the first aesthetic device to deploy simultaneous dual monitoring of tissue temperature (internal and external) using a temperature sensitive treatment probe along with advanced infrared imaging for precise and safe treatments.
Micro-invasive applicators include:
- ThermiRase: Creation of nerve lesions for toxin-free glabella relaxation, which is an alternative to neurotoxins*
- ThermiTight: Thermistor-controlled subdermal**
Non-invasive applicators include:
- ThermiSmooth: External skin treatments
- ThermiVa: Vaginal laxity (future)
*Percutaneous Selective Radiofrequency Nerve Ablation of Glabellar Frown Lines Kim, et al Aesthetic Surgery Journal 2011 31:7
**Abstract Presentation: A New Approach to Improving Skin Safety in Thermal Induced Skin Tightening. Douglas Key, MD, ASLMS Laser 2013, Saturday, April 6, 2013
Since its pre-commercial introduction in the United States in 2012, general plastic and facial plastic surgeons, dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons around the globe have used ThermiRF in a variety of clinical areas. ThermiRF applications attract patients seeking an "in-between" solution to address their cosmetic issues. There is growing demand from baby boomers who are seeking advanced, anti-aging solutions, which fall "in-between" non-invasive treatments and major surgery.
Dr. Yael Halaas, a board-certified plastic surgeon, said, "What makes ThermiTight/Lift unique is the ability to safely melt fat cells with radio frequency energy and the direct energy stimulation to collagen production where it's most needed, all leading to natural and consistent results."
Dr. Halaas was the first physician in New York to perform ThermiAesthetic procedures and now trains other physicians on the proper use of the device. Dr. Halaas also serves on the ThermiAesthetics Clinical Advisory Council, an independent body consisting of hundreds of physicians who are actively collaborating to advance the science of thermistor-regulated energy delivery and refine treatment protocols for a myriad of cosmetic applications. A number of additional applicators and studies are planned and underway to further demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of ThermiRF for a number of cosmetic conditions, such as skin laxity of the face and body, axillary hyperhidrosis, cellulite, snoring and post-child bearing vaginal laxity. The company plans to continue to expand the size and role of the Clinical Advisory Council over the next year.
The ThermiAesthetics flagship product is the ThermiRF Temperature Controlled Radio Frequency Generator System, which is FDA cleared for dermatological and general surgical procedures for electrocoagulation and hemostasis, and to create lesions in nervous tissue. ThermiRF is an advanced technology using finely controlled thermal energy. It is a multi-use platform, which promotes increased patient safety and clinical effectiveness, while providing versatile solutions for physicians serving the aesthetic market.
ThermiRF features a unique temperature control feature and uses proprietary hand pieces, which are designed for specific medical applications. These include a variety of disposal RF electrodes and cannulas and reusable non-invasive hand pieces.
For more information, please visit www.thermi.com.
About Dr. Yael Halaas, MD, FACS
Yael Halaas, MD, FACS, is recognized as one of the best facial plastic surgeons in New York City. Fully bilingual in English and Spanish, Dr. Halaas has a special interest in the treatment of the aging face in both women and men, primary and reparative rhinoplasty, and the medical and surgical treatment of hair loss.
Dr. Halaas has a particular interest in the evaluation and treatment of hair loss in women and men, and the incision less follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedure, which essentially avoids donor site scarring. A favorite of the media where she is frequently quoted for her various areas of expertise; she regularly performs all areas of facial plastic surgery in her nationally accredited facility, and brings a particular level of compassion and caring to the office.
A leading female facial plastic surgeon in a male dominated industry, Dr. Halaas received her undergraduate degree in Art History from Columbia College in New York and graduated in the top ten percent of her medical school class at Cornell University Medical College, with prestigious distinction of membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. She also earned the American Medical Women's Association award as part of her membership in the top five percent of her graduating class.
The daughter of Cuban and Argentine parents, Dr. Halaas uses her multi-cultural background and her liberal arts education to welcome her international clientele of patients in her world-class office. Dr. Halaas spent her general surgery internship and otolaryngology residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York where she is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology, then was awarded a fellowship through the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She frequently enjoys teaching seminars and lectures for both residents at Einstein and other surgeons on emerging trends on injectable fillers and new technologies.
She is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Finally, she has received the highest recognition offered to surgeons practicing in the United States- Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). She is the New York City Director of The R.O.S.E. Fund, a national non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing, assisting and empowering women who have broken the cycle of domestic violence. She is also an active member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the world's largest specialty association that represents over 2,800 of the world's most influential facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
She is a member of numerous other medical societies including:
- American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
- New York County Medical Society
- New York Facial Plastic Surgery Society
- International Society For Hair Restoration Surgery
Outside of the office, Dr. Halaas is a dedicated mother, daughter, wife and avid gardener. She enjoys running, tennis and skiing. In 2013, she and her husband were awarded a Congressional Recognition for Community Service in their local community.
For more information, please visit https://www.drhalaas.com
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