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Product: THERMAGE® SKIN MARKING PAPER TK-0.25
Manufacturer: Solta Medical
Pack Size: 0.25cm² - 6 single patient sets
Accessories: package insert
 
 
 
 
 
Product: THERMAGE® SKIN MARKING PAPER TK-3.00
Manufacturer: Solta Medical
Pack Size: 3.0cm² - 6 single patient sets
Accessories: package insert
 
 
 
 
 

Product Specification

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is used as a tool to delineate treatment areas on the skin surface so that overlapping pulse placement and, by extension, uneven heat distribution, during a treatment session with the Thermage CPT system does not occur. Since uneven heat distribution is significantly detrimental to the overall results of a treatment session with the Thermage CPT system, it is therefore crucial that this marking paper be used. Additionally, uneven heating increases the risk of complications, such as burn injuries, occurring. As such, Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper complements the Thermage CPT system in regards to making treatment with the device easier and more efficacious.

What Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is Formulated to Do

The Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is made to perform one single task: to delineate the the areas for radiofrequency pulse transmission from the Thermage CPT system. The larger surface area of the Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper allows it to be used at larger body parts such as the abdomen and thighs. It is made to be removed via the application of isopropyl alcohol once a treatment session with the Thermage CPT system is finished.

Manufacturer

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is manufactured by Solta Medical Inc., which is based in Hayward, California.

Origin

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is made in the United States.

What Else You Need to Know

What side effects can it cause?

The use of the Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper should not result in any side effects. It is made from completely safe materials, and its ink is made to last only temporarily. Any side effects that result from the use of this paper are the results of a treatment with the Thermage CPT system. Redness, pain, and swelling are common and expected immediately after a treatment session with this device. Surface irregularities can occur, these are rare. Burn injuries can also occur when the system is used in an inappropriate manner.

Which skin type is it good for?

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper can be reliably used on all skin types.

What is it made without?

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper has no active ingredients, such as antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, or steroids.

What are the differences between Thermage Marking Papers?

Thermage Skin Marking Paper comes in two forms: 3.00cm2 and 0.25cm2. The former is meant for larger body areas and should be used with the Thermage treatment tips that are 3.0cm² in size; the latter is meant for smaller body areas and should be used with treatment tips that are 0.25cm² in size.

Suggested Usage

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper must only be used in well-ventilated areas and should be used with one of the appropriately-sized treatment tips. To maintain its efficacy and hygiene, do not attempt to share Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper among patients. Cut the Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper once removed from its pouch into the desired size and shape to accommodate the treatment area on the patient. Use isopropyl alcohol only to clean the skin. Make sure that you apply the Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper while the skin is still damp. Once on the skin, dab isopropyl alcohol onto the marking paper to allow the ink to show through. Peel the Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper gently away from the skin. Allow the skin to dry before proceeding with the treatment procedure. Double check that the membrane on the treatment tip that is being used as part of the procedure is intact. Ensure that even pressure is applied onto said treatment tip during the process. Use multiple low energy passes to ensure an optimal outcome. Let the epidermis cool before moving on to the next pass. The treatment can be considered finished when the skin is felt or seen to be tightened. After the treatment is finished, you may remove the ink via isopropyl alcohol and warm water and mild soap until it completely disappears.

Composition

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is made from paper and ink. It is non-hazardous, which means no personal protective equipment is necessary during the handling of this paper. The ink poses no immediate or long-term danger and can be removed after treatment.

What is in a Package of this Product?

A package of this product comes with a package insert and six single-patient sets of Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper.

Duration of Effect

The grid from Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper is temporary and can be removed with the use of last as long as needed. On the other hand, the overall treatment effects with Thermage would last for a few years.

Storage Conditions

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper should be stored in a cool and dry place and should not be exposed to sunlight.

Expiry (Shelf Life)

Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper can last for a few years prior to expiring. For more detailed information on the expiry date of a set of Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper, please refer to its packaging. Thermage TK Skin Marking Paper should not be used once it has expired.


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