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We look into the ThermiBreast procedure, a non-surgical minimally invasive radio frequency breast lift that uses radio frequency energy to stimulate the production of new elastin and to improve the tightness of the skin on your breast.
The procedure only involves a small number of micro entry points in the areolas, which will be virtually undetectable once they heal. The ThermiBreast procedure only takes only about 30-45 minutes per breast and is done under local anesthesia. Plastic surgeon Dr. Barry DiBernardo says patients will see results within two to three months after the procedure, with final results visible in six to twelve months.
Dr. DiBernardo and Samantha, who was not happy with her breasts after breastfeeding her child, join The Doctors to share more about the procedure. So is Samantha happy with the results?
“100 percent happy!” she says.
Dr. DiBernardo tells The Doctors that a single treatment should last years and will cost $4000 to $5000, which is less than a traditional breast lift, which can cost $7000 to $12,000.