RF is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatment that tightens the skin and improve wrinkles with minimal downtime.

How does RF work?

Advanced radio frequency technology stimulates collagen contraction and skin tightening, lessening wrinkles and improving skin tone and appearance. This system heats the collagen in the deep layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and remodeling.


Is the treatment painful?

Treatments are performed without topical anesthetic and should not be painful. However, you may experience mild discomfort or warmth. Following treatment there is generally mild swelling and redness which usually subsides within 24 hours.

What areas can be treated with this technology?

Radio frequency can be used on your face, your arms, your neck, thighs and buttock, any common sagging areas.

Are there any contraindications to treatment?

Patients with a pacemaker, history of trigeminal neuralgia, or nerve sensitivity to heat, autoimmune disease, who smoke or who are or have been on Accutane, Amnessteem, Claravis, Sotret in the past year, are pregnant or breastfeeding, taking steroids or immunosuppressive therapy or have cuts, wounds or infections in the area to be treated should not undergo RF treatment.

Do I need to do anything prior to treatment?

Remove all jewelry and makeup prior to treatment. Men should be clean shaven.

How long is the downtime following treatment?

You may experience mild swelling and redness following treatment but are able to resume normal activities immediately following treatment.


How many RF procedures are recommended for the best results?

The optimal number of treatments varies with your age and the condition of your skin. While some patients can achieve  improvement in a single treatment, other patients may require 4 or 6 treatments for optimal improvement. Biannual or annual treatments are sometimes recommended thereafter.


Can RF be used along with fillers and Botox?

Yes, RF treatments can be performed along with other ant-aging and skin rejuvenation procedures.