Do you have sagging skin that you’d like to address, but you don’t want to opt for surgery? Is that skin laxity in a traditionally hard-to-reach area that other San Diego plastic surgeons have told you can’t be treated with a minimally invasive procedure?
If so, keep reading to learn about how AccuTite – the smallest contraction device on the market for cosmetic medicine – can help you say “Goodbye!” to sagging skin on your face and body for good.
What Is AccuTite?
AccuTite is a contraction device that uses focal radio frequency to tighten up loose skin that is sagging on your face or body. It can treat small, hard-to-reach areas that other contraction devices can’t. This means if you’ve asked for a minimally-invasive, non-surgical way to treat skin laxity before and were turned down, it’s possible that with this new technology Dr. Kaweski can treat your problem area to deliver the results you want.
What Areas Can Be Treated?
It’s common for San Diego men and women to have little areas of saggy skin. And given that our community loves to hit the beach in shirtless swim trunks and itsy bitsy bikinis, it’s understandable you’d want any saggy skin addressed, no matter how small the area is on your body’s surface.
Using a very small wand, AccuTite can treat a variety of areas with sagging skin on the face and body, including the:
- Periorbital region of the face
- Nasolabial fold
- Lower face
- Axilla (the space below the shoulder)
- Upper arms
- Inner thighs
The technology can also be used to perform abdominal edging to give you a more toned and defined looking abdomen.
What Is Treatment Like?
Dr. Kaweski can perform this minimally-invasive procedure from her office – no trip to the hospital or a surgery center needed!
For your comfort, you’ll be placed under light sedation during the procedure. Once you’re ready, Dr. Kaweski will get to work. By using the small wand on your treatment area, she’ll be able to pinpoint problem areas with the Radio-Frequency-Assisted-Lipolysis (RFAL) device, no matter how tiny it is or how hard it may have been to use other devices to reach the area.
Treatment is very safe, with more than 22 peer-reviewed clinical publications showing that the device provides a “high level of safety.” Part of what contributes to this high safety rating is that the device has a number of safeguards built in, which helps ensure that San Diego patients who are treated with the technology have gentle, uniform healing.
How Long Will It Take to See Results?
Dr. Kaweski finds that most of her patients see results immediately, but that your final results will be evident beginning 6 weeks after treatment. You’ll continue to see improvement for up to 12 months after your original treatment date.
Find Out if AccuTite Is Right for You
If you’re interested in learning if this technology can help you, Dr. Kaweski is happy to help. Call her practice in the San Diego area at (619) 464-9876 for more information and to schedule a consultation.