What Is Triniti Plus?
Triniti Plus combines three of today's most effective skin improvement technologies for color correction, fine line treatment, and deep wrinkle treatment to achieve total facial renewal.
How does Triniti Plus work?
Triniti Plus features a combination of bi-polar radio frequency, intense pulsed light, and infrared light that precisely heats tissue within the targeted areas.
Where can you get Triniti Plus?
Triniti Plus treats the following areas:
Face & Neck
What does Triniti Plus treat?
Triniti Plus treats many conditions;
• Improves skin tone & reduces sun damage, spider veins, and brown spots.
• Contours to treat fine lines and wrinkles for the appearance of smoother skin.
• Targets other signs of aging including jowl, neck, brow lines, and nasal folds.
Who is a candidate for Triniti Plus?
Triniti Plus has no known significant side effects and works for all skin types.
How long does a Triniti Plus treatment take?
Approximately 30 minutes for photo-rejuvenation, 20 minutes for tissue tightening, and 10 minutes for wrinkle reduction.
When can someone return to work after Triniti Plus?
You may continue with your daily routine immediately after treatment; however, the area will show small red dots that should fade in 2-4 weeks. The patient should use a minimum of 30-SPF sunscreen to protect the treated area during the entire course of treatment and for at least one month after.
How long does it take to see full results?
Post-treatment, you may notice tone and texture improvements right away. The typical treatment protocol is 3 - 5 treatments, 4 - 6 weeks apart. The total number of required treatment sessions depends on the skin condition of the patient.
How long do Triniti Plus results last?
You will likely need a follow-up procedure every year. Proper skincare and the use of sunscreen can help with interim maintenance.
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