Microneedling With Morpheus 8 Specialist

Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG -  - Gynecologist

Life Care for Women

Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG

Gynecologist located in Gilbert, AZ

Have you looked in the mirror and wished there was a way for you to look younger without an invasive treatment? Linda Sodoma, DO, FACOG, can help you turn back the hands of time using the latest radio frequency microneedling device, Morpheus 8. Contact the office staff at Life Care for Women in Gilbert, Arizona, to schedule an appointment or use the online booking feature for convenience.

Microneedling with Morpheus 8 Q & A

What is microneedling with Morpheus 8?

Microneedling involves treating your skin with tiny, thin needles to generate new collagen production in your skin. Morpheus 8 combines advanced fractional radio frequency with microneedles to create firmer skin, increase your skin’s radiance, and reduce the appearance of scars and blemishes. Morpheus 8 treats more than just the top layer of skin — the radio frequency energy penetrates into deeper layers, including layers of fat called adipose. 

How is Morpheus 8 different from other treatments?

Morpheus 8 treats both the surface of your skin and the layers underneath. The combination of microneedling and radio frequency energy helps your skin become smoother and more contoured than either treatment would accomplish on its own. Morpheus 8 is an FDA-approved Subdermal Adipose Remodeling Device (SARD) that boasts quick recovery times and minimal treatment times.

Who benefits the most from using Morpheus 8?

Anyone with noticeable lines, small bulges on the body, and pigment irregularities can benefit from Morpheus 8 treatment. Other issues that can be treated include:

  • Uneven skin texture
  • Redness
  • Visual blood vessels
  • Bra rolls
  • Sun damage
  • Enlarged pores
  • Stretch marks
  • Acne scarring

Dr. Sodoma also recommends Morpheus 8 for sagging skin around your face and neck.

Are there any risks to using Morpheus 8?

Because microneedling with Morpheus 8 is a minimally invasive treatment, the risks associated with the procedure are usually slight. Some patients notice swelling, redness, and discoloration. In very rare cases, some patients may experience bleeding or infection. Dr. Sodoma may also ask if you have a history of an allergic reaction to anesthesia.  

How many Morpheus 8 treatments do I need?

Most times you’ll only need one treatment, however, sometimes additional treatments may result in further improvement. If you decide to schedule another treatment, Dr. Sodoma suggests waiting four to five weeks between appointments to better assess your progress. At your follow-up appointment, you’ll clearly be able to see how your skin has improved since your first treatment.

At Life Care for Women in Gilbert, Arizona, you’ll look and feel rejuvenated with a microneedling with Morpheus 8 treatment from Dr. Sodoma. Schedule your appointment by booking an appointment online or calling the professional staff at your earliest convenience.