Men often complain about the appearance of their neck as they get older. The contour changes that occur in the neck are frequently the result of a combination of skin laxity and excess fat deposition. In some cases, prominent muscle bands at the midline of the neck contribute to the loss of definition. Traditionally, a surgical solution has been the approach deemed most effective to treat the aging face and neck. Although surgery remains the “gold standard”, FaceTite provides a minimally invasive alternative to surgery to tighten and contour the face and neck without scars. It utilizes radio frequency energy that is delivered below the skin with a thin needle-like applicator in combination with targeted liposuction to produce a more youthful contour. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, noticeable swelling usually resolves within 3-5 days, and there is minimal discomfort. Results may be evident as early as 4 weeks but continue to evolve over 6-12 months and can last for years. During your consultation, Dr. Forley will examine you to determine if you are a good candidate for FaceTite.
Tags: Aging, Cosmetic Surgery, FaceTite, Facial Aging, Non-Surgical, Plastic Surgery, radiofrequency, skin sagging
Written by Dr. Forley on November 30, 2017