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Say goodbye to: wrinkles, redness, age spots, sun spots, scars, stretch marks, acne, crepey skin.

Microneedling + Radiofrequency = A Revolutionary Treatment for Your Skin

What is it? Morpheus8 is a cutting-edge fractional skin treatment that uses tiny needles to stimulate collagen production of the underlying layers of the skin. The Morpheus8 targets subdermal layers of the skin and tissue to remodel collagen on the face and body.


Why we recommend it

This procedure is minimally invasive, safe, non-surgical, and is accomplished by using a matrix of micro pins to renew deeper layers of the skin with almost no patient downtime.

The results are amazing – you’ll see tighter, firmer looking, more youthful looking skin.

Treatable concerns:

  • Excess fat in the face and neck
  • Mild sagging and jowling in the face and neck
  • Uneven or rough skin texture
  • Acne scarring and other scars on the face or body
  • Deep lines and creases
  • Sun damage
  • Enlarged Pores
  • Stretch Marks

Treatable Areas

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Décolleté
  • Arms
  • Stomach
  • Thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Knees


Morpheus8 RF Microneedling

Hyperhidrosis (Sweat Reduction)

Discuss your health history with your HerMD aesthetic provider and let them know if you have any of the following:

Pacemaker/defibrillator, permanent makeup, permanent implant, recent filler or wrinkle relaxer treatment, current or history of skin cancer, pregnant or nursing, history of herpes simplex, impaired immune system, uncontrolled diabetes or thyroid dysfunction, active skin disorders in treatment area, history of keloid scarring, recent surgeries, recent chemical peel or laser treatment, isotretinoin use in last 6 months, or current anticoagulant use.

Please note: our team may recommend we pre-treat or test a spot before the appointment to avoid any adverse outcomes. Your safety is our priority!

Prior to treatment please avoid:

  • Sun exposure, tanning bed, sunless tanner x 2 weeks.
  • Filler, wrinkle relaxer, chemical peels, laser treatments near appointment. (discuss timeline with provider).
  • Excessive caffeine, alcohol, fish oil, NSAIDs (such as aspirin & ibuprofen), and vitamin E 2-3 days before and after treatment to minimize potential for bleeding/bruising.
  • Stop retinol and use of active ingredient products (Benzoyl peroxide, Salicylic acid, Glycolic acid, ect) 2-3 days prior to treatment.

What to expect day of treatment

  • Please arrive with a clean face– no make-up, lotions, powders or perfumes.
  • Arrive at the office at scheduled appointment time. We will take photos and apply topical numbing for 30-60 minutes depending on the treatment area.
  • After numbing we will begin treatment targeted to your specific concerns and needs.
  • Some discomfort is expected but we have multiple tools to help guide you through the treatment.


  • Immediately after treatment, most patients will experience erythema (redness) for 1-3 days, however for more aggressive treatments this may last longer. Slight to moderate edema (swelling) and a mild to moderate sunburn sensation are also common post treatment and may last 1-3 days. Skin may crust and peel for 2-7 days depending on treatment settings.
  • Before discharge a topical ointment may be applied to the face. No bandages or wraps are necessary.
  • There are no restrictions on bathing except to treat the skin gently, avoid scrubbing or trauma to the treated area.
  • Avoid sun exposure to reduce the chance of hyperpigmentation.
  • The use of a zinc oxide sunblock SPF 30+ at all times after 24-48 hours.
  • Multiple treatments over a period of several months may be required to achieve the desired response.
  • Avoid icing the area for 48 hours.
I am itching in the areas that were treated, what should I do?

Itching is a common reaction when resurfacing the skin. New skin cells are growing, which can cause an itching sensation. This is more common to happen on the body. We ask you pat the area instead of itching it with your nails. You can take an antihistamine (Benydral, Zertec) to help reduce the histamine response. Your provider may recommend you pre-treat prior to your next treatment. Keeping the area hydrated with aquaphor will allow for quick healing time. A vinegar soak (please refer to our clinical vinegar soak directions for reference) can sooth the inflammation as well. The itching should subside in 1-3 days. Please speak to your provider if it continues.

When should I return for the next appointment?

Treatments are done every 4-6 six weeks.

When will the numbness from the numbing cream go away?

Numbness should subside after 4-6 hours.

When can I go back to my skin care routine?

This is going to vary from patient to patient and depend on what you use in your daily skincare regimen. This is best to address with your provider. However, gentle skincare is okay after 6-12 hours after treatment. Gentle cleansers, moisturizers, and light makeup is typically okay to do the very next day. Please follow up with your provider regarding your regimen details.

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But don’t just take our word for it…

  • Sandy Gibson

    Wonderful experience! Dr. Montville is so kind and listens attentively.

  • Amanda Sensing

    Love this practice & Teri Greer. The staff is professional, friendly and always pleasantly helpful.

  • Sheryl Redlin Frazier

    Lovely setting and compassionate practitioner!

  • Kristin Mosher

    I have been seen by Brooke Faught and she is wonderful. She really knows her stuff. She is down to earth and very understanding. It is like talking to your sister. I highly recommend.

  • rachael Holt

    I was seen quickly and the staff is so friendly. Dr. Montville is the absolute best.

  • Beth Croley

    Really wonderful experience. I felt heard and supported.

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