Skin tightening

Skin tightening

Cosmetic surgeons can efficiently stretch the skin loose or "crepey" on the face, neck and body by non-operative skin tightening, helping to improve patients' appearance and delay the need for surgery. When we mature, collagen and elastin development – two proteins that make our skin plump, firm, and smooth is slowing down, leading to soft, oily skin on the face, arms, and body. When you are disturbed by skin laxity, squeezing the skin will temporarily interrupt this cycle and restore a firmer, cleaner, healthier appearance with little or no downtimes.

Radio frequency Skin tightening

Skin tightening is a non-chirurgical skin tightening and anti-aging procedure for radio frequencies (RF). Throughout RF therapy, the current flows from the RF device's electrodes into the skin, heating up the tissues underneath to facilitate the output of collagen and elastin. RF skin tightening is known as highly safe; mild to moderate discomfort in therapy is the most possible side effect. RF skin damage needs no skin care after or without surgery.

Sagging skin, fine lines and fine wrinkles are common conditions caused by sunshine, biology or photographic damage. In time, collagen and elastin can break down and lose the elasticity of both components in your skin. Heat is used to help collagen and elastin development during a radio frequency (RF) skin tightening process. The revived development of these materials leads to the removal of delicate skin wrinkles and lines.

The treatment also causes fibroplasia, the body's mechanism of producing new fibrous tissue, which promotes collagen development that shortens and tightens the collagen fiber. Around the same time, the collagen molecules are left uninhibited. Elasticity of the skin is improved and tightened, loose fat.

RF strain of the skin on the eyelids can cause laxity of the skin. For special contact lenses during the non-invasive operation, the eyes are shielded from RF radiation. For certain cases, for the periorbital region a local anesthetic can be used. Early RF therapy induced a lot of discomfort and required anesthesiology in patients. Based on the type of equipment used or the doctor's choice, some treatments may need anesthesia from topical or local prescription.

How does it cost?

Through improved understanding of RF technologies and treatment, dermatologists find that reducing radiofrequency decreases discomfort, thus delivering successful outcomes. RF tugging skin is considered an unnecessary cosmetic dermatology service, so compensation is not included with this treatment. The cost of tightening RF skin depends on the exact type of therapy required and the location of the body. A standard treatment usually costs from $1,000 to $4,000.

RF skin tightening is effective

While RF therapy is not a permanent anti-aging cure, it does not require downtime. If you are visiting or trying your dermatologist at home, straightening your RF skin is an easy method for straining your skin without a more invasive treatment or operation.

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