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Vancouver, WA doctor describes effective skin tightening procedures such as Exilis

Skin Tightening Procedures from doctor in Vancouver WA

Patients in and around the area of Vancouver, WA who are interested in achieving more youthful skin are welcome to contact the team of Thrive and speak with Dr. Adam Maddox, a naturopathic aesthetic medicine specialist ready to assist patients in looking and feeling their best. Along with treatments such as hormone replacement therapy and hair restoration treatments, he also provides a wide range of non-invasive body and face rejuvenation options to his patients. Instead of undergoing intensive plastic surgery for a face or neck lift; patients who are seeking skin-tightening procedures may be better suited for a treatment called Exilis.

Exilis is a revolutionary method of tightening the skin and reducing skin laxity without patients having to go “under the knife.” This treatment uses radio frequency energy that can stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen. Collagen loss is common after the age of 30 as the body naturally begins to lose youthful volume. The results of collagen loss include skin laxity and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. This can make patients look older than they feel and it often becomes a source of discontent. Instead of using surgery to address the aging skin, many patients find Exilis to be a wonderful alternative.

Exilis treatment is administered by Dr. Adam Maddox of Thrive and is done during a simple, easy appointment. The device is adjusted to each individual patient for the proper results. It is moved along the skin where it will heat the deeper layers to achieve stimulation of the collagen. While results are not immediate, they are noticed over several weeks and months as the skin changes gradually. Fine lines and wrinkles are less noticeable, and the skin is not nearly as loose as it once was. Many patients use this treatment on the face and neck, areas where skin laxity is typically more obvious and needs to be improved for better aesthetics.

Dr. Adam Maddox and the team of Thrive welcome patients in and around the area of Vancouver, Washington. Contact us today to book a consultation appointment and find out what sets our practice apart from the rest!

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Front office team was lovely; responsive and helpful from start to finish. Dr. Maddox was the cherry on top, my woes were treated promptly with meticulous care. Results were awesome and noticeable within 5-7 days (post treatment). Confidence boost - YES! Looking forward to my next visit.

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A graduate from Northern Arizona University and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Adam Maddox is a very established professional in the field of integrative anti-aging and aesthetic medicine with a special interest in Botox, Restylane and Testosterone Replacement therapy for men to name a few.

As a board-certified physician, he has a passion to help people with their health especially as they get older. Dr. Maddox believes in maintaining a strong sense of empathy in order to better serve his patients whilst ensuring his care is personalized. In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Maddox uses his time to train other medical professionals on various effective medical techniques used in the anti-ageing medical sphere such as injectable techniques. He is also the founder and medical director of Thrive Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Center in Portland, OR.

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