FaceTite in Midlothian, TX

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What is FaceTite?

Part of the body's standard aging process involves the slowing of elastin and collagen production in your epidermis. This leads to much more visible creases, wrinkles, and lines, in addition to loose skin around the jowls, chin, and neck. To combat these signs of aging, Refining Beauty provides FaceTite. This innovative nonsurgical procedure, recommended by Dr. James Leffingwell, uses radiofrequency-guided lipolysis to melt and dislodge cells, causing the skin to tighten and allowing collagen to be created at a quicker rate. You can receive a smoother, more youthful facial appearance that has fewer wrinkles without experiencing the invasiveness and recovery period associated with lifting operations. We encourage you to schedule a consultation at Refining Beauty in Midlothian, TX, to learn more about FaceTite and its amazing advantages.

How Does FaceTite Work?

This cosmetic therapy uses a minimally invasive technique that involves placing a very small cannula underneath your skin while using local anesthesia. Once the cannula is placed, the temperature can be controlled and monitored through internal and external thermometers to make sure the heat stays at a comfortable level. The radiofrequency (RF) energy that the FaceTite device emits will be effective in disrupting fat cells and will additionally cause your skin to contract, causing an increase in collagen production. Sessions typically last about 45 minutes per treated area.

Younger, Tighter Skin

Aesthetic surgery procedures such as face and neck lifts do not have to be your only available option for producing tighter, younger-looking skin. FaceTite, offered by our Midlothian, TX clinic, can firm the skin and address a difficult double chin. It uses a special radiofrequency-assisted lipolysis technique that ignites collagen and contracts the epidermis. Call now to schedule your consultation with Dr. Leffingwell at Refining Beauty today.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.

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