If you are looking for a way to rejuvenate the beauty of your face without having to undergo surgery, FaceTite is your answer. This minimally-invasive procedure offers amazing results by utilizing radiofrequency energy to tighten and tone the face.
At The Spiegel Center, double-board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel has helped numerous patients in the areas of Boston, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire restore the smooth and youthful appearance of their skin by providing them with excellent results from their FaceTite treatment.
Facetite Before & After
What is Facetite?
FaceTite is a new procedure that is comparable to a surgical facelift, without the scars. It’s a minimally-invasive procedure performed under local anesthesia or light sedation. Post procedure, patients can go home and resume regular activities shortly after. Wearing a compression garment is required for best results.
AccuTite is a smaller minimally invasive radiofrequency contraction device which allows to deliver precision heating to small and delicate areas of the face and body such as the under eye tear troughs. It is the perfect complement to this Radiofrequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) family of technologies.
The Benefits of Treatments with FaceTite
FaceTite provides dramatic improvement in skin laxity on the face and neck, which was previously only attainable through a surgical procedure such as a facelift. FaceTite utilizes minimally invasive radio-frequency energy to melt fat and tighten skin.
I have to start off by saying my experience with the team at The Spiegel Center was absolutely wonderful. Everyone was nothing but lovely and helpful, doing all they could to make me as comfortable as possible during the entire process. I felt very informed about everything involved in the pre, during and post surgery process. Dr. Spiegel has transformed not only my face but also my confidence which has changed my outlook and I couldn’t be more grateful! I would highly recommend The Spiegel Center for the extremely skilled, personable and welcoming members of the team.
How is FaceTite Different Than a Facelift?
Facetite avoids a facelift surgical procedure with the large incisions, patients will benefit from reduced post-procedural swelling and discomfort. This is a less traumatic process with a natural looking final result. Any areas on the face and neck with saggy skin can be treated. This includes the double chin, jowls and other areas with deep lines and loose skin.
Some minor swelling may occur along with mild discomfort during the first few days of recovery. Results can be seen immediately, with best results noticeable after 6 weeks and continuing up to 12 months as the skin produces new collagen.
Schedule a Consultation
If you’re unhappy with your saggy facial skin then it’s time to consider a non-invasive solution, Facetite. Under the skilled hands of world renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel, your facial profile will look better than ever. Contact our office near the areas of Boston, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island today to schedule a consultation.
Facetite for Sagging Skin
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