Tixel® uses thermo-mechanical technology that can be used to tighten the skin, improve the appearance of scars and hypopigmentation, treat acne and help topical treatments penetrate the skin. This treatment uses a heated metal plate to deliver the required energy directly to the skin surface. It is a new energy-based treatment method that does not use a laser, intense light, or radio frequency.

Precision Aesthetics is proud to be the first Specialist Plastic Surgery Practice in South Africa to offer the Tixel® treatment since January 2018. Dr Vernon Ching, the medical director of Precision Aesthetics, is the South African KOL for Tixel®.


Visia® skin analysis

VISIA® Skin Analysis is a complexion analysis system that provides an in-depth look at facial skin. It takes a series of photographs that analyse your skin’s pigmentation spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, vascularity and porphyrins.

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