Soprano Laser Skin Tightening | Exeter Medical

Soprano laser skin tightening

Soprano NIR skin tightening applies a revolutionary IN-MOTION approach to laser treatment, and thus heats up the deeper layers of the skin painlessly. This deep dermal heating is proven over many years of study to effectively stimulate the production of new collagen and improves skin surface texture.

Treatments with the Soprano NIR skin tightening system are quick and do not require anaesthesia or a prolonged recovery time. Patients can resume their normal activities immediately. Until now, the only effective treatment for skin laxity, which adds years to our overall facial appearance, has been fairly major plastic surgery.

Best of all, Soprano has been demonstrated to provide a steady improvement in skin tone with excellent, long-term results.

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Firm up loose skin

We all age, yet none of us wish to see the signs of ageing.

While we want to maintain a firm, fresh look, today’s active lifestyles make it difficult for many of us to set aside lengthy periods of post-treatment recuperation, and the costs and risks of surgical procedures can be high.

Today, there is a simple, quick and non-invasive alternative: Soprano Skin Tightening – Near Infrared (NIR).

Safely and painlessly, this technology tightens loose skin on the face and neck.

Treatments with the Soprano ST system are quick and do not require anesthesia or a prolonged recovery time. Patients can resume their normal activities immediately. Best of all, Soprano ST provides steady improvement with excellent, long-term skin tightening results.

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Soprano laser skin tightening

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