RF Radio Frequency Treatments
|Full Face||$380||BOOK NOW|
|Face and Neck||$450||BOOK NOW|
|Skin Tightening after Liposuction, Tummy Tuck||$380||BOOK NOW|
|Anti Cellulite Treatment (buttocks/hips/arms)||$380||BOOK NOW|
What are the Benefits of RF Radio Frequency Treatments?
Your goal is to look better, younger, more vibrant. Our goal is to help you achieve those goals with the latest beauty treatments. The predictability and safety levels are equally impressive. Radiofrequency (RF) energy treatment is technology for non-surgical tightening of the early signs of loose or sagging skin; ideal for those people who either don’t want, or don’t believe they are old enough to have a surgical procedure.
We looked at other devices, but none fit the criteria we'd established for you, our patient.
- 100% response rate for wrinkles
- 95% response rate for skin laxity
- REAL TIME temperature feedback and control
- Collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid are all produced from the healing mechanisms.
- New collagen means firmer, smoother skin with better volume.
- Increased elastin means skin that resists sagging and wrinkling.
- Hyaluronic acid means plumper skin cells with smoother texture.
There are numerous exciting new applications of ultrasound therapy in cosmetic surgery. Ultrasound has been used for cosmetic purposes since around the early 1980s. Widespread therapeutic usage, safety, precise control and excellent, predictable results have made ultrasound an important addition to cosmetic surgery practices. New and current uses of ultrasound include body skin-rejuvenating treatments, reduction of stretch marks, treatment of contracture and scar tissue such as around breast implants, and the pre- and post-operative treatment of plastic-surgery patients to accelerate healing and recovery after procedures such as tummy tucks, liposuction and much more. After a liposuction for example, the holes caused by the action of the cannulas end up giving rise to small fibroses. When these internal scars are small in size and small in number, they do not adversely affect the outcome of plastic surgery.
Fibroses begin to appear usually at the beginning of the postoperative period and more prominently in the first 3 months.
The mechanisms of action of ultrasound should be considered in terms of four categories. First is the thermal effect, which relates to the heat generated into the deeper tissues, especially the collagen, and the benefits derived from this. Second is the mechanical effect, which relates to the high-speed vibrations that act on the tissue just like a micro-massage. Third is the cavitation effect. This refers to the production of countless microscopic droplets of oxygen from the vibrational process. Fourth are the biological effects, which include blood-vessel dilatation, improved blood flow and circulation, sonophoresis, improved lymph flow, muscle relaxation, reduced inflammation and dissolves fibrosis. The treatment brings immediate pain relief.