Radio Frequency Assisted Liposuction RFAL
Traditionally there have been two ways to sculpt a problem area. The gold standard is an open surgery such as a face lift, thigh lift or tummy tuck. The problem is that these procedures can result in larger scars and have a long recovery time, which is less and less desirable in our fast paced world. Another option is tumescent liposuction which allows the surgeon to sculpt the body by removing fat. This procedure has a quick recovery time, very tiny or virtually no scar, but sometimes results in loose skin in the area treated. Today there is a new solution to this problem called RFAL. RFAL or Radio Frequency Assisted Liposuction is a newly FDA approved technology to simultaneously tighten skin and remove fat.
What is unique about RFAL technology?
RFAL uses unique bipolar Radio Frequency [RF] energy that has a controlled path. This makes the Radio energy travel more efficiently and at a level of safety other devices can’t give. The Radio wave flow is controlled by a computer on the base of the unit to manage the current and the temperature. The Radio energy heats and tightens the skin at the same time it destroys fat.
This RFAL technology can be used on multiple areas on the body.
Face-Tite™ is for tightening and sculpting smaller areas on the face, such cheeks, jowls and chin. Great for a smoother, more youthful face.
Neck-Tite to tighten neck and smooth neck and chin. Great for treating a saggy neck or double chin or a combination of both.
Body Tite is for larger area like the thighs, arms and abdomen. This is most commonly used in conjunction with liposuction to give maximum body sculpting and tightening. It allows a larger area to be treated with smooth results.
Learn more about RFA Lipo at http://rfalipo.com/
- Small incision area and minimal scarring
- Little downtime
- Alternative to facelift , neck lift, thigh lift and other more invasive surgical procedures
- Reduces unwanted fat in small or large treatment areas
- Tightens loose skin as it removes fat
- Result in one day in outpatient setting