Viora

Viora REACTION™ is a new, cutting-edge radio frequency treatment for skin tightening, body contouring, and cellulite reduction. The Viora goes beyond the single frequency limitations of other radio frequency treatments, such as Thermage®. REACTION™’s multi-frequency channeling and vacuum therapy offers an unheard of level of control and targeting depth precision. The REACTION™ is a completely non-invasive procedure – no surgery, no injections – that can help you achieve some of the skin tightness and contour that you had in your youth. Unlike lasers, The Viora is color-blind and works on all skin types and colors year-round. 

 

How does the Viora REACTION™ work?

 

As we age, the ability to produce collagen slows resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin. The Viora REACTION™ stimulates collagen production so that you can attain some of the youth lost to aging. The Viora utilizes the CORE (Channeled Optimal RF energy) technology, an innovative multiple frequency approach to RF treatments. CORE features three distinct RF frequency channels and an additional 4th dimension, multi-channel mode, that concentrates all three RF frequencies in one pulse.

 

What is a typical procedure like?

 

Comfortably performed in our office, the Viora has little or no downtime. Treatment time will vary depending on the part of the face or body being treated and the size of the area. During treatment for the face, a brief pulse of thermal heat will be delivered. The face typically requires 4-6 passes of radiofrequency (RF) energy. The tip of the handpiece has a cooling sensation while in contact with the skin. The tip cools and protects the epidermis while the energy penetrates deep into the skin to heat collagen fibers in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. During body treatments, the pulse of thermal heat will be delivered while the handpiece serves as a vacuum to increase the depth of the heat and to help move tryglycerides and fatty acids out of the fat cells to the lymph system.

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