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Exilis for RF Skin Tightening

What Is Exilis?
How Does Exilis Work?
What Are The Risks Of Exilis?
How Much Does Exilis Cost?
What Are Exilis Alternatives?

Exilis Facts

  • As seen on The View and the Kathy Lee & Hoda segment of The Today Show
  • FDA approved for non-surgical wrinkle treatment
  • May be used off-label for body contouring

What Is Exilis?

FDA approved for the non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and rhytids, the Exilis uses monopolar radio frequency (RF) energy to reach into multiple levels of skin to treat different symptoms.
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How Does Exilis Work?

A dual pulse delivers controlled energy to promote collagen remodeling and skin tightening. The Advanced Cooling System includes a cooling device on the hand piece that counteracts any heat from the RF energy to provide the highest level of patient comfort. Energy Flow Control (EFC) technology controls energy flow to mitigate potential burns and ensure uniform energy delivery.

While Exilis is approved to treat wrinkles, rhytids and provide skin tightening, off label use has shown that Exilis is capable of reaching subcutaneous fat in the deeper levels of treatment. The higher RF energy from Exilis breaks up fat, which is then drained through the lymphatic system and liver. A series of treatments are necessary to get maximum results for spot fat reduction when using the Exilis for non-invasive body contouring. Patients have reported a loss of up to 2 inches with the Exilis treatment.
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What Are The Risks Of Exilis?

Since Exilis is completely non-surgical, risks from undergoing the Exilis treatment are low. Some patients have reported temporary redness immediately after treatment but this subsides in approximately 15-30 minutes. It is important to go over any potential complication with your physician as each individual is different and may not be an ideal candidate for this procedure.
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How Much Does Exilis Cost?

Cost of Exilis depends on how large the treatment area is, whether it is on the face or body and location and market of the practice. Each session may range between $250-$600 and 4-6 sessions are recommended every 2 weeks for the best results.
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What Are Exilis Alternatives?

Body contouring Exilis alternatives include:

Facial skin tightening Exilis alternatives include:

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