Exilis Ultra

BTL Exilis Ultra™ is the first non-invasive aesthetic device to simultaneously transmit radio frequency and ultrasound energy. By combining energies, the delivered therapy is safer, more comfortable, with consistent results for a wide variety of patients of various age, body mass index and skin type.

 

Who is this procedure right for?

 

The BTL EXILIS ULTRA™ treatment is safe for patients of all ages who are showing signs of aging or want to improve those problem areas where exercise and diet have failed. This is an option for those who desire aesthetic improvement without the cost and recovery time of surgery.

How many treat ments will I need?

 

The recommended number of body treatments is between 4 to 6 sessions. Treatments are usually scheduled 7 – 10 days apart. For laxity, the recommended number of treatments is between 2 to 4 sessions. Treatments are typically scheduled on a weekly basis.

ULTRA TECHNOLOGY

  • The industry's only non-invasive device to deliver
  • Radio Frequency and Ultrasound simultaneously.
  • The therapeutic treatment temperature is reached faster than
  • treating with either modality alone.

ULTRA SAFE

  • Integrated impedance intelligence.
  • Controlled cooling for layering.
  • Real time temperature monitoring.

ULTRA COMFORT

  • No needles of anesthesia required.
  • Most patient describe the sensation of the therapy
  • as being comparable to a hot stone massage.
  • No downtime.

ULTRA SCIENCE

  • Independent study has demonstrated that exposure
  • to BTL EXILIS ULTRATM can cause skin tightening and apoptosis of fat
  • cells that leads to circumferential reduction.1

 

 

1. D. MCDANIEL, R. WEISS, M. WEISS, C. MAZUR, C. GRIFFIN. TWO TREATMENT PROTOCOL FOR SKIN LAXITY USING 90-WATT DYNAMIC MONOPOLAR

RADIOFREQUENCY DEVICE WITH REAL-TIME IMPEDANCE MONITORING. J DRUGS DERMACOL. 2014,13(9). 1112-1117.

D. MCDANIEL, K. FRITZ, A. MACHOVCOVÁ, J. BERNARDY. A FOCUSED MONOPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY CAUSES APOPTOSIS: A PORCINE MODEL. J DRUGS

DERMATOL. 2014,13(11). 1336-40.

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