The Themage TR-2 Return Pads is an accessory for the Thermage CPT system, which uses monopolar radiofrequency energy. It is placed directly onto the patient’s skin surface to create a return path for the radiofrequency energy from the Thermage CPT system to return to the system. The pad is placed onto the patient’s body where the greatest surface area is utilized during treatment. Furthermore, this pad reduces the risk of burn injuries. It has a mat-like design that conforms to the shape of the skin and lies almost flush. For hygiene and efficacy reasons, it must not be shared between patients. Each Thermage TR-2 Return Pad is a single-use only device.
What Themage TR-2 Return Pads Skin Marking Paper is Formulated to Do
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad is made for one task in mind: to create a return path so that the radiofrequency energy that is transmitted into the patient’s skin to cause skin tightening can return to the Thermage CPT system. It sticks firmly onto the skin so that it stays in place throughout the treatment procedure. This pad does not interfere with the treatment process due to its small footprint.
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad is manufactured by Solta Medical Inc., which is based in Hayward, California.
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad originates from the United States.
What Else You Need to Know
What side effects can it cause?
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad should not cause any side effects on its own. It has no active ingredients that can exert any significant adverse reactions. A rare possibility would be an allergic reaction to any of the components used in the production of the pad. However, the real risk for side effects comes from a treatment session with the Thermage CPT system. Redness, swelling, and pain can happen after the procedure. Other side effects include surface irregularities, but this side effect is very rare.
Which skin type is it good for?
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad can be used on any skin type.
What is it made without?
The Thermage TR-2 Return Pad does not contain any active ingredients or medications, such as steroids, anti-inflammatory