Sub-Dermal Adipose Tissue Fractional Remodeling

What is Morpheus8?

Morpheus8 is a fractional device with programmable penetration depth and energy delivery. The coated needles penetrate into the sub-dermal tissue, coagulating the fat and contracting connective tissue. Simultaneously, directional RF energy generates bulk sub-necrotic heat in the dermis.

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What is Excessive Sweating?

Excessive sweating, specifically in the axilla, can be devastating, leading to social embarrassment, as well as occupational, physical and psychological distress1. Morpheus8 is a fractional RF device with programmable penetration depth and energy delivery. The applicator is intended for use in dermatological and surgical procedures for electrocoagulation and homeostasis. The coated 24 needles can penetrate into the various levels of dermis and subcutis, where sweat glands coils are localized2, coagulating the tissue and causing irreversible thermolysis of the glands structure. 

What is Morpheus8 Body?

Morpheus8 Body is the first and only FDA cleared technology to provide deep subdermal adipose tissue
remodeling. A unique large surface tip comprises of a matrix of 40 thin stainless-steel gold-plated needles coated by polymer. The new FDA clearance allows to work up to the depth of 7mm creating thermal effect as deep as 8mm. Morpheus8 Body can be programmed to quickly treat large tissue areas at the deepest levels available.

What is Morpheus8 V?

Morpheus8 V is a fractional radiofrequency treatment designed to address a wide range of feminine wellness concerns. Morpheus 8 V uses state-of-the-art technology to administer silicone-coated needles beneath the surface of the vaginal tissue.

What is the Morpheus V procedure?

A vaginal rejuvenation from Morpheus 8-V delivers controlled pulses of radiofrequency energy deep into the vagina and labia to tighten the soft tissue and stimulate the production of elastin and collagen.

Morpheus8 V delivers targeted, precise energy to treat urinary incontinence, allowing many women to avoid a bladder mesh surgery under general anesthesia. As women age, the effects of time, as well as pregnancy, childbirth and/or menopause can damage vaginal and vulvar tissues, causing concerns ranging from vaginal laxity with reduced sexual sensation to overactive bladder and urinary incontinence. To help restore vaginal tissue.

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