Non-Surgical Skin Tightening Procedure Available in Stuart




Deborah DeMarta, MD, owner of the Institute of Colorectal Health & Wellness, is pleased to offer women a more youthful appearance without major surgery. She uses a minimally invasive treatment called ThermiTight to improve the appearance of sagging and wrinkled skin in many areas of the body including the chin, face, legs, elbows, abdomen and knees.

The procedure uses radiofrequency energy to gently warm subdermal tissue. “ThermiTight works directly on deeper tissues to remodel collagen,” says DeMarta. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and micro incisions are made so radiofrequency energy can be applied. The incisions are so tiny that no stitches are required. “I like ThermiTight because it has minor downtime for a major effect,” says DeMarta. “It’s a very good procedure for people who want to look their best, and tighten sagging skin for a more youthful appearance.”

Dr. DeMarta is a board-certified colorectal surgeon who specializes in integrative, functional, anti-aging and aesthetic medicine. She uses a holistic approach to help patients return to wellness and feel their best.

The Institute of Colorectal Health & Wellness is located at 218 Atlanta Avenue, in Stuart. For more information, call 772-539-9556 or visit InstituteHealthWellness.com

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