Thermacool

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Aptos Face Lift, Aptos Neck Lift, Browlift, Cosmetic Surgery, Eyebrow Lift, Face Lift, Face Procedures, Facelift, Facial Contour Alterations, Facial Rejuvenation, Forehead Lift, Forehead Surgery, Lower Face Lift, Mid Face Lift, Neck Lift, Plastic Surgery, Radiothermoplasty, Rhytidectomy, Skin Procedures, Surgeon, Thermage, Thermage, Thermalift, Thermalift, Threadlift

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Thermacool is a new and innovative technology for treatment of wattle or the loose, sagging skin in the neck under the chin. Thermacool technique is used by the plastic surgery experts for sending heat into the deeper areas of the skin. At the same time, the top layer of the skin is cooled cryogenically for preventing the burning of the skin. This cosmetic procedure tightens the deep layers of the skin, achieving an effective result that is not possible by conventional facelift procedures. This non-invasive technique provides immediate recovery for the patient, compared to chemical, surgical, or laser treatments, in which the recover period could be several weeks or months.

Thermacool Procedure

Thermacool is highly effective for majority of the face procedures. The complete effect of a Thermacool operation would be visible in about six months. The results would last for about 2 years or more. An entire facelift with Thermacool could cost around $3,000, while specific plastic surgery procedures for particular areas of the face like jowl, cheeks, etc. could cost between $1,500 and $2,000. The Thermacool system would cost around $40,000. The tips that emit the radio frequency and provide the cryogenic cooling would cost about $200 each. The surgeon might administer a local anesthetic or mild sedation, depending on the type of face procedure being adopted.

Thermacool Technology

Thermacool uses the technology of radio frequency to achieve a welding effect. The heat and energy are applied into the deep areas of the skin tissue. Moreover, the heat could be spread over a larger surface area of around two square centimeters. A special filter is used to diffuse the electromagnetic waves. The dermis and the subcutaneous tissue are heated to about 60o Celsius and the collagens in the underlying tissues contract. Since the heat penetrates deep into the body, while the surface area of the skin is cryogenically cooled in an intense fashion, this innovative plastic surgery is a very safe cosmetic procedure.

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According to the first annual Benefits Statement published by the Government, the new IT systems in the NHS are on course to deliver better care and an estimated £1.14 billion in savings by 2014. The report summarises information from 1 in 5 Trusts who have implemented new IT from the National Programme. It found that, of the £208 million in savings to 31 March 2007: • £192 million had been saved through the delivery of the National Network for the NHS - a secure, high quality network that underpins many applications (with an additional £95 million per year of forecast recurrent savings using evidence from 2006/07). • £14 million had been saved from the use of digital imaging and scans (plus an additional £35 million per year of forecast recurrent savings now the system is fully implemented). • £617,000 savings on software licensing and hardware maintenance costs had been achieved (plus a forecast £1.6 million of annual savings using evidence from 2006/07). E-Health Insider reports that the £12bn NHS IT programme had hardly spent half the amount it had planned to by March 2007, because of lengthy delays in the delivery of the detailed local electronic patient records at the centre of the project. The programme had spent £2.4bn by March 2007 against an original forecast spend of £4.5bn, a shortfall of £2.1bn. Most of the shortfall is due to delays in the delivery of the detailed Care Records Systems to be provided by local service providers (LSPs). However, the contracts agreed by the Department of Health have ensured that suppliers are not paid unless they deliver contracted systems and these contracts run to 2014. E-Health insider also reports on the identified £208m efficiency savings due to systems that have already implemented. More...

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