Motor or sensory nerve damage is a rare occurrence, but if it does occur, it can result in a temporary or permanent loss of facial movement and sensation. Fortunately, when performed with precision and skill, Morpheus8 treatments are unlikely to cause nerve damage. Morpheus8 is a minimally invasive, safe and effective modular fractional RF solution for subdermal adipose tissue remodeling. It is equipped with burst-mode RF technology that deploys bipolar radio frequency energy into multi-level treatment depths in a single cycle.
It has four fractional tips with different microneedle configurations (Prime 12-pin, Resurfacing 24-pin, Morpheus8 24-pin, and Body 40-pin) that provide clinically proven RF energy at multiple treatment depths (0.5 - 7 mm).Common side effects that may occur after the procedure are mild redness, swelling, bruising, pain and discomfort in the treated area. Because it involves pricking the skin, treatment with Morpheus8 can leave small scabs that look like tiny, scaly, flaky skin. These side effects usually all go away and heal within a few days. Morpheus8 offers excellent results both in low and high settings. It can also reduce oil and stretch marks, as well as restore skin turgor by increasing the skin's tensile strength and reducing laxity.
The best results are often achieved 3 to 4 months after using Morpheus8, when the skin has had a chance to fully heal and the collagen has been allowed to grow back. Morpheus8 has minimal downtime and you can continue your normal activities 2 days to 2 weeks after your treatment session. It also has minimal risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. In my opinion, there is a level playing field for top-tier RFM devices, such as Genius RF, Infini, Potenza and Morpheus8. If you plan to take treatment with Morpheus8, look for a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist to make sure you're in good hands.