Patients that are seeking a new method for rejuvenating their looks but are hesitant about the invasiveness of surgical methods now have a new option to choose for skin tightening, contouring of the face, removing signs of aging and lax skin on the face. Viora Reaction Treatments are a new procedure that merges radio frequency (RF) energy and vacuum therapy into a revolutionary mechanism that facilitates the healing processes that naturally occur within the human body. This new method presents a safe and effective treatment perfect for facial areas such as the jowls, cheeks, brows and the sensitive areas of both the eyes and forehead.
Viora Reaction Treatments have no adverse effects and are FDA approved. The vacuum therapy uniquely maximizes and directs the penetration of RF energy precisely to the treatment area as well as enhancing the circulation of blood to the treated area. There is no pain or discomfort associated with using Reaction. This is because the treatments use an exclusive mechanism to cool the skin in conjunction with a cooling gel that is applied to the skin for the patient’s utmost comfort.
Reaction treatments are rapid, taking approximately 15 minutes per area, making them perfect for busy patients with hectic schedules concerned about recovery times. Reaction treatments are typically performed in a series of 3-5 sessions depending on the areas being treated and the results can be seen swiftly. Dr. Mark Hamilton is both pleased and proud to offer this exciting new technology to his patients as an alternative to other methods of facial rejuvenation.
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|Hamilton, Mark M., M.D.; Sargent, E. W., M.D.; Martin, D.S., M.D. “Bilateral Osteomas of the Petrous Temporal Bones,” Archives of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. 1996, July; 122 (7): 793, 795.
Kokoska, M.S., M.D.; Branham, G.H., M.D.; Hamilton, Mark M., M.D.; Thomas, J. R., M.D. “Endoscopic Excision of a Forehead Mass,” Archives of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. 1997, August; 123 (8): 815-7.
Hamilton, Mark M., M.D.; Branham, G. H., M.D. “Concepts in Lip Reconstruction,” Otolaryngology Clinics of North America. 1997 August; 30 (4): 593-606.
St. Charles, Christopher S., M.D.; Matt, Bruce H., M.D.; Hamilton, Mark M., M.D.; Katz, Barry, Ph.D.
“A Comparison of Ibuprofen versus Acetaminophen with Codeine in the Young Tonsillectomy
Patient,” Otolaryngology -Head and Neck Surgery. 1997, July; 117(1): 76-82.
Gross, Edward J., M.D.; Hamilton, Mark M., M.D.; Ackermann, Kelly, R.N., B.S.N.; Perkins, Stephen W., M.D. “Mersilene Mesh Chin Augmentation, A 14-Year Experience,”
Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 1999; 1: 183-189.
Cheng, Jacqueline T., M.D.; Hamilton, Mark M., M.D., Perkins, Stephen W., M.D. “Perioral Rejuvenation,”
Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. 2000, May; Volume 8, Number 2; pgs. 223-233.
Perkins, Stephen W., M.D., Dayan, Steven H., M.D., Sklarew, Eric C., M.D., Hamilton, Mark M., M.D., Bussell, Gregory S., M.D., “The Incidence of Sports-Related Facial Trauma In Children”.
ENT – Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, pages 632-638, Volume 79, No. 8, August 2000.
Perkins, Stephen W., M.D., Hamilton, Mark M., M.D., McDonald, Kate, R.N., B.S.N., “A Successful 15 Year Experience in Double Dome Tip Surgery Via Endonasal Approach – Nuances and Pitfalls”.
Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 2001; Volume 3, Number 3; pgs.:157-164.
Perkins, Stephen W., M.D., Hamilton, Mark M., M.D., Cheng, Jacqueline T., M.D., “Collagen and Injectable Fillers”. Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, pp. 73-85, Vol. 35, Number
Thomas, J. Regan, M.D., Sclafani, Anthony P., M.D., Hamilton, Mark, M.D., McDonough, Erin, Ph.D.
“Preoperative Identification of Psychiatric Illness in Aesthetic Facial Surgery Patients”.
Aesth. Plast. Surg. 25:64-67, 2001.
Hamilton, Mark M., M.D., Dayan, Steven H., M.D., Carniol, Paul J., M.D. “Laser Hair Removal Update”.
Facial Plastic Surgery, Volume 17, Number 3, August 2001; pgs. 219-222.
Eppley, Barry L., Hamilton, Mark M.”Secondary Rhinoplasty For Traumatic Nasal Deformities”. In Maxillofacial Trauma and Esthetic Facial Reconstruction. Elsevier Science, 2003: 499-516.
Perkins SW, Hamilton MM. Endonasal Tip Approaches and Techniques. In Essentials of Septorhinoplasty; Thieme, 2004.
Hamilton, Mark M. “Laser Treatment of Vascular and Pigmented Lesions in the Office”. Facial Plastic Surgery, February 2004
Hamilton, Mark M. Guest Editor Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. Topic Facial Resurfacing August 2004 Volume 12, Number 3
Hamilton, Mark M “Carbon Dioxide Laser Resurfacing” Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America Elsevier, Inc. August 2004, Volume 12, number 3. pgs 289-295
Hamilton, MM, Hobgood, TG “Emerging Trends IN Male Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery”. Facial Plastic Surgery, Volume 21, Number 4, November 2005: pgs. 324-327
Hamilton MM. Hair Replacement Surgery. Chapter in Surgical Facial Rejuvenation; Thieme 2008 pages 160-168
Carniol P, Harmon C, Hamilton M. Ablative Laser Facial Skin Rejuvenation; chapter in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 3rd edition, 2009. Pages 321-330
Derosa J, Hamilton M. Young Physician’s Survey. Research Letter. Archive’s of Facial Plastic Surgery, May/June 2010, pages 202-204.