Also known as Radio Frequency Assisted Lipolysis or RFAL, AccuTite is a minimally invasive treatment that tightens skin in small or hard to reach areas with no incisions or scars and a short recovery period. It is ideal if you are in need of skin contraction or precise fat reduction.
Candidates for AccuTite
You may benefit from AccuTite if you have mild to serious skin laxity or excess skin and are not a candidate for an invasive procedure such as a facelift or neck lift or are not interested in undergoing one. It’s important that you’re in general good health, a non-smoker, and willing to avoid excessive sun exposure.
During the AccuTite procedure, one of our expert providers will use the AccuTite device to treat the area of concern under local anesthesia. This device features a thin probe that will be inserted through a tiny incision in the fatty layer of your skin, right beneath the surface. Your saggy tissue will then be treated selectively via a special radiofrequency energy technology without harming the surrounding tissue.
Several Benefits of AccuTite Include:
Minimally invasive: Unlike a facelift or neck lift, AccuTite is a minimally invasive procedure. This means, there is little pain or downtime associated with it.
Instant results: With Accutite, you’ll notice results right away, which will continue to improve over time.
Easy recovery: There are virtually no restrictions after AccuTite so you can recover with ease.
Impressive results: You can tighten and tone your face and body without the need for surgery.
You’ll enjoy immediate results, which will continue over the next four months. In just one single treatment, you can expect skin contraction of up to 26%.
I have had a few different procedures at Ageless Beauty Center. Darlene has made me feel very comfortable about my choices. Knowing that Darelene is a nurse brings great confidence.
While AccuTite is safe and effective for any area of the face or body with saggy skin, it’s most commonly used to treat small or hard to reach areas like the hands, brows, neck, lower face, abdomen, knees, and upper arms.