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Exilis Treatment and Tri-Luma Cream: Now Available at Southern Surgical Arts

Last updated Thursday, October 10, 2013 21:14 ET

Patients love Exilis, non-invasive treatment to reduce fat deposits and tighten skin; and Tri-Luma, a topical treatment for those affected by Melasma.

10/10/2013 / SubmitMyPR /

Southern Surgical Arts, a leading cosmetic surgery practice with offices in Calhoun, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee is thrilled to offer the Exilis. The Exilis is a best-in-class tool for the non-invasive treatment to reduce fat and tighten skin. The Exilis provides fast and effective skin tightening and is also used as an important tool for reshaping mild to moderate fat deposits in patients that may not be candidates for liposuction. This new treatment can also be used to complement pre- and post-treatment with invasive liposuction techniques.

The Exilis uses heat energy to tighten skin and reform fat deposits. The energy flow control system minimizes the risk of burns and delivers more energy over a shorter period of time, and the built-in system intelligence eliminates energy peaks to prevent any discomfort. The system’s digital thermometer provides feedback on the skin’s temperature to ensure a comfortable, even treatment with quickly visible results.

“Since 2004, Southern Surgical Arts is known for using advanced technology to provide our patients with quick recovery while providing the results our patients desire. Exilis is an exciting addition to our extensive technology that offers our patients a non-invasive fat reduction and skin tightening option without surgery.”

Dr. Chad Deal, Board-Certified Cosmetic Surgeon, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Southern Surgical Arts is also pleased to announce another new product, which will be available for patients suffering from Melasma. Melasma is a patchy brown discoloration on the skin of the face. Tri-Luma cream improves the appearance of the skin and is the only FDA approved melasma treatment composed of three active ingredients. This unique triple-combination topical therapy is administered over an 8-week period to treat the dark spots associated with moderate to severe facial melasma. This treatment is recommended in use with sun-avoidance, sunscreens and protective clothing.
If you would like more information about the Exilis or Tri-Luma cream please call Southern Surgical Arts at 706-629-8622 in Georgia, or 423-266-3331 in Tennessee. A contact form is also available on our website.