While we can’t escape the aging process, there are many cosmetic treatments available in the field of medicine and cosmetic dermatology that can help combat the signs of aging and turn back time in a subtle or dramatic way. New York, NY area men and women unhappy with the formation of fine lines and wrinkles on the face may be unsure of the many ways they can address these concerns. While a facelift is more commonly considered when speaking about skin laxity and wrinkle formation on the facial area, this is not the only option available to patients at Romo Plastic Surgery. In fact, patients with mild to moderate skin laxity may be better suited for a more conservative treatment option such as EmbraceRF.
How EmbraceRF works in treating fine lines and wrinkles
After the age of 30, many men and women will experience the natural reduction of collagen and elastin in the facial area. This can cause loose skin that is more susceptible to fine lines, wrinkles, and folds. By tightening the skin, patients will look more youthful and presentable. While a facelift can achieve these results, this invasive treatment is not for everyone. Using radiofrequency energy through the EmbraceRF treatment, patients can tighten and tone the skin in a way like never before imagined! Radiofrequency energy penetrates deep into the skin to achieve subdermal adipose remodeling. The skin is tightened and the appearance of wrinkles and folds are substantially reduced without the need for plastic surgery.
Am I a good candidate for EmbraceRF?
New York, NY area men and women who are faced with the signs of aging may be unsure as to what treatments are best for achieving a more youthful appearance. At Romo Plastic Surgery, Dr. Thomas Romo III can assist with a wide range of surgical and non-surgical solutions. Our team of professionals is here to work with new and existing patients to determine the best options for improving their skin, face, and body. Our double board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon can be reached by calling (212) 288-1500 and visiting the facility at 135 East 74th Street in New York, NY.