FaceTite is a body-shaping treatment that causes considerable skin contraction. The FaceTite device inserts a cannula with an inside electrode through a small incision. Your SeeBeyond Beauty specialist inserts a metal wand with an external electrode attached to the cannula but rests atop the skin. The radiofrequency energy is transferred from the inside electrode to the external electrode, heating the fat and surrounding tissues without harming them. The cannula is then utilized to suck the liquefied fat away. The RF radiation heats the skin’s dermis layer leading it to constrict and tighten, firming the region.
How does the FaceTite procedure function?
FaceTite combines radiofrequency waves with traditional liposuction. First, your practitioner will numb the treatment region and make a small incision. Following that, a small device with electrodes will be placed to provide radiofrequency waves that liquefy fat cells. While radiofrequency waves are produced, a second tube removes the now-liquified fat. The radiofrequency component of the procedure serves two functions activating collagen fibers beneath your skin. Your skin naturally loses collagen as it ages, which can aggravate the look of pores, age spots, and wrinkles. Additionally, replacing collagen may make your skin seem more toned and smoother.
How to prepare for your FaceTite treatment
You should ideally be at a stable weight for several months and in overall excellent condition before having this treatment. Weight gain or loss may affect your FaceTite findings, requiring you to repeat the treatment sooner. Inform your healthcare physician about all vitamins, herbs, and drugs you use. They may urge you to cease using bleeding medicines, such as blood thinners and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, several days before the procedure (NSAIDs). You should think about scheduling transportation to and from your appointment so that you do not have to worry about driving while having compression face wraps.
FaceTite vs. Ultherapy
Ultherapy is a non-invasive cosmetic technique that promotes collagen and tightens your skin. Unlike FaceTite therapy, no incisions are performed. However, Ultherapy employs ultrasonic energy delivered through a tiny device placed on your face or neck. Furthermore, you will have to repeat Ultherapy procedures when the effects fade off. This operation, like FaceTite, necessitates no downtime.
FaceTite vs. Facelift
If you don’t want extensive surgery, FaceTite and Ultherapy are alternatives to standard facelifts. However, doctors argue that only a facelift can ensure spectacular, long-lasting improvements. Your physician will manipulate your skin and muscles by tugging tissues higher throughout a facelift. This technique is better suited to severe sagging and deep wrinkles. Because a facelift needs more incisions, there is a larger risk of complications such as discomfort, bleeding, and infection. There is also the possibility of general anesthesia side effects.
FaceTite is a newer, less invasive procedure that combines liposuction with radiofrequency radiation. If you have mild to moderate indications of aging but do not want to have a complete facelift, you may be a candidate. Also, discuss your aesthetic problems with an experienced, board-certified practitioner. They may propose alternative solutions besides FaceTite to help you get the desired outcomes. Call SeeBeyond Beauty to schedule your meeting today to determine whether FaceTite treatment is ideal for you.