Technical talk: Radiofrequency heats the deep layers of the dermis, without damaging the epidermis, encouraging collagen contraction and new collagen formation.

Short version: Think of this like an all-natural filler for fine lines and wrinkles, without the needles and the poison. The result is tighter, brighter, younger-looking skin.

What to expect: A comfortable treatment that feels like a hot stone massage, lasting about 10 minutes per treatment zone. Forma is indicated for all skin types, can be performed any time of year, and boasts ZERO recovery time.

Bottom line: Combine Forma with our Lumecca by InMode for optimal periorbital therapy to get brighter, revitalized, and younger looking skin.


Technical talk: Specific wavelengths of Intense Pulse Light (IPL) are used to clear vascular and pigmented lesions, bolster collagen and elastin production, and stimulate healthy gland function.

Short version: IPL can be used for a variety of conditions, including color correction from rosacea, inflammation, sun damage, and age spots. It can also reactivate and strengthen oil glands around the eyes to fight dry eye disease.

What to expect: A bright flash of light! Many of them, to be honest. However, treatment with IPL does not hurt. It is warm, and very, very bright. No worries though, you will be provided with protective eye shields if necessary, depending on treatment area and wavelength of light being used.

Bottom line: Combine Lumecca with our Forma-I technology to improve skin tone, remove redness and pigment, and provide full skin revitalization around the eyes and periorbital region.


Technical talk: Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-section pictures of the retina, allowing for viewing of the individual layers of the retinal tissue to aid in early diagnosis and monitoring of active disease processes.

Short version: This is like an ultrasound of the sensitive nerve tissue inside the eye.

What to expect: Since this is taking a scan of the inside of the eye, you can expect a bright light like a flash from a camera. After all, it’s dark in there!

Bottom line: We perform this test on every patient in the office at least once a year. It is an important part of comprehensive care to make sure your eyes are staying in tip-top shape!