A normal part of the human body's standard aging process is the slowing of elastin and collagen production in your epidermis. This leads to much more visible lines, creases, and wrinkles, in addition to loose skin around the neck, jowls, and chin. To fight these indicators of aging, Dr. Jaime S. Schwartz provides FaceTite. This premier nonsurgical procedure advocated by Dr. Schwartz uses radiofrequency-guided lipolysis to melt and dislodge cells, causing your skin to firm by allowing collagen to be created at a much quicker rate. It's possible to receive a smoother, more youthful facial appearance that presents with fewer wrinkles without experiencing the invasiveness and recovery period that results from many surgical lifting procedures. We invite you to schedule an appointment in our Beverly Hills, CA plastic surgery office to find out more about FaceTite and its amazing advantages.
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FaceTite is normally utilized to deal with smaller, more sensitive areas, such as the lines which form around your mouth and below the eyes in addition to the loose skin around the neck and chin region. You're an ideal candidate for this treatment if you are experiencing early signs of aging and want an increase in collagen production to achieve skin that is tighter. To be able to undergo this therapy, you shouldn't be pregnant or have had facial injections performed over the previous 6 – 8 months. During the initial consultation, Dr. Schwartz will assess the laxity of your skin, discuss your cosmetic treatment history (i.e., if you have had fillers, etc.), and will work with you to understand your cosmetic goals. FaceTite is an excellent choice for many men and women. If Dr. Schwartz feels it will not allow you to achieve the results you desire, he will provide various options for you to so that you get the best result.
This cosmetic therapy employs a minimally invasive process that involves placing a tiny cannula under your skin while utilizing local anesthesia. Once the cannula is placed under the skin, the temperature will be controlled and monitored through external and internal thermometers to make certain the heat stays at a comfortable level. The radiofrequency power that the FaceTite device releases will succeed in attacking fat cells, and will additionally cause your skin to contract to create an increase in collagen production. Sessions normally last about 45 minutes per each treated area.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Following a FaceTite treatment, you'll be allowed to return home to rest and relax for the remaining part of the day wearing a special garment. You will be ready to go back to your regular routine by the following day. It can take approximately three days for any discoloration or swelling to fade. Strenuous exercises and activities should be avoided for about two weeks after the treatment. Patients will see some initial results right after their FaceTite therapy. But since this treatment stimulates the collagen growth process, you may notice more gradual improvements for about 3 – 8 weeks afterward. Your results will be long lasting should you keep up a healthy weight through a proper diet plan and exercise. In addition, patients can continue to optimize their appearance through proper at-home, routine skin care treatments such as facials, and other nonsurgical skin rejuvenation procedures such as BOTOX, fillers, and laser.
YOUNGER, TIGHTER SKIN
Aesthetic surgery procedures such as neck and facelifts do not need to be the only choice for producing tighter, more youthful skin. FaceTite, provided by our Beverly Hills, CA plastic surgery center, can firm the skin and address a double chin. It utilizes a special radiofrequency-assisted lipolysis procedure that stimulates collagen and contracts the epidermis. For a fresher look and tighter skin that results in a more youthful appearance without surgery, call now to schedule your appointment with board-certified Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Jaime Schwartz.