FACEtite

Double Chin • Jowls • Nasolabial Folds

What is FACEtite?

FACEtite is used as an alternative to facelift, face and neck lift, in terms of facial reshaping with skin contraction. It helps to tone the skin.

Contact us today at (819) 243-7667 to find out if FACEtite is right for you.

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General information

Thanks to bipolar radiofrequency technology, it is now possible to obtain results close to those of surgery, under local anesthesia, in a less invasive way. Radiofrequency technology dates back more than 100 years thanks to the discoveries of Nikola Tesla. For 20 years this technique has evolved in aesthetic medicine for the rejuvenation of the face and body.

Body area treated:

Double chin, jowls, nasolabial folds

Procedure length:

15 - 30 Minutes per zone depending on its extent

Recovery time:

1 - 10 Days depending on the area

Visible results:

Immediately after treatment, but especially after 6 weeks, and the results will be more noticeable after 12 months

Number of sessions:

Only One

For more details discuss with the doctor, not all effects and complications are listed

Benefits

  • Consistent results through temperature control
  • No or very little pain after treatment
  • Return to normal activities the next day
  • No scars
  • Local anesthesia or mild, oral or intravenous sedation
  • Disadvantages

  • It is necessary to wear a compression garment, chin strap for the neck, abdominal band, bra for 2 weeks after the intervention.
  • Slight discomfort in treated areas for 24 hours.
  • Follow basic instructions to avoid bruising: stop blood thinning medication (anti-inflammatory), alcohol, garlic and ginger for one week around the procedure.
  • Follow basic instructions to avoid bruising: stop blood thinning medication (anti-inflammatory), alcohol, garlic and ginger for one week around the procedure.
  • Interested in this service?

    To learn more about the procedure or to schedule a consultation, contact us at MedicSPA Gatineau today at (819) 243-7667.

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